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Re: Need More solution for my dvd driver
What is the problem with your DVD ?? Can I have more information and really sorry that you're waiting for me and I didn't
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if you are connecting a external dvd writer assumably via usb i dont think you need drivers as
windows should normally find and load the dvd writer when connected to the usb
if this is the case
please try at least 2 different usb sockets
leave the writer in the usb and do a restart
if windows still do not reconise the writer
please go to device manager
go up to the top to the tabs
and hover your mouse over them until you find the one that says
scan for new hardware
then click the scan for new hardware
windows may or may not at this stage reconize the writer
then leaving it pluged in do another restart
and hopefully windows should now reconize the writer
You just need to simply plug the one end (USB Type B) of the USB cable to the external DVD writer then plug the other end (USB Type A) to your notebook. Then, let your Operating System to automatically install the driver for your DVD writer. Let me know if this works.
Hi there your system does not find any DVD detector software. So you have to install it 1st. Then you can play & record DVD. I suggest you install NERO CD/DVD writer software & after that when you put DVD in your rom its will detect & start work.
Thanks & waiting for your reply.
Let's make sure that Nero is not causing the problem. Try this: -Insert a blank CD or DVD -Find a file that you want to burn to disc -Right-Click on said file and select Send To --> DVD-RW Drive (D:) (or whatever your recordable drive is labeled) -Open My Computer, double click on your recordable drive - You should see your file ready to be burned to disc - In the left-hand panel, you should see a link that says "Burn these files to disc" or something similar - click this link and see what happens
If this process works and properly burns a disc, your issue is not with your drive but with Nero. If this process does NOT work, then you may need to reinstall drivers for your DVD writer or replace the drive if it is faulty.
Hope this helps. Please take a moment to rate this solution. Thanks.
Ok.I got your point.Now I want you to try this first
1.Go up to device Manager
2.Under CDROM/DVD remove your DVD(Uninstall it)
3.Restart your Windows
4.after login your windows,wait for a minute,Windows should be able to detect your DVD back
5.Check your DVD in Device Manager again that its been detected back
6.Now try your DVD again.
Have you installed any sort of APATI drivers??? also have you performed a system restore of the DVD drivers? go to Start ---- programs ---- Acer Empowering Technology and click restore and reinstall the application/driver for the dvd drive.
as soon as a dvd writer drive only starts to play cd's, cdrw's or only reports that you have a CDRW drive when inserting a blank DVD, the writers laser is worn out or faulty and no longer recognises dvd's, and so needs replacing i'm afraid, but as you may know not all dvd drives are hot swapable and need to be replaced by a repairer.