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Dvd not reading

Ive got an hp 735 dvd drive....although its getting detected its not reading any cd's or dvd's..i used to unplug the ide cables of the drive from behind so as to play a game...but now its not reading any disks...help
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Ur dvd lanse is week so u need to chage the drive or try to fromat pc if your pc is infacted by virus then it will be happen

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Restore dvd


Check the CD/DVD drives status in Device Manager.
  1. Click the Start button. In the Start Search dialog box, type dev, then click Device Manager.
  2. Locate the lDE ATA/ATAPI controllers. Click on the entry to expand the list and make sure there is not a down arrow in front of a device. If a device has a down arrow in front of it, right-click on the device, then click Enable.
  3. Make sure there is not an exclamation mark (yellow splat) on the device. If a device has an exclamation mark, right-click on the device, uninstall and reinstall the driver.
  4. Locate the CD/DVD-ROM drives. Click on the entry to expand the list and make sure there is not a down arrow in front of a drive. If a drive has a down arrow in front of it, right-click on the device, then click Enable.
  5. Make sure there is not an exclamation mark (yellow splat) on the device. If a device has an exclamation mark, right-click on the device, uninstall and reinstall the driver.
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  7. Check BIOS setup to verify if drive is detected outside of Windows.
    1. Press the F2 key repeatedly as the computer starts.
    2. Locate the page where drives are displayed. This varies between different motherboards. Please reference your User's Guide for specific model information.
    3. Desktop computers: Refer to the Drive Configuration page (or similarly named page), or the Standard CMOS features page to identify all Optical drives that have been detected. BIOS Setup will present a table which matches drive ports (drive connectors on the motherboard) to drives detected at a given port. Example pages are linked. Reference the Product pages for the specific model.
      Notebook computers: Refer to the Main page of the BIOS to identify optical drives that have been detected. BIOS setup matches a Drive Port name to a drive detected at that port. Drive Port names (left side) vary per the following examples:
      > IDE Primary/Master: [HL-DT-ST DVDRAM GSA-T20N-] Left-Bay PATA: PHILLIPS CD-RW/DVD-ROM-(PM) Optical Drive: Optiarc DVD RW AD-7560A -(PM) DVD and CD drive names (right side) will include "CD" or "DVD" in the name.
    4. Inspect and reseat cables. Use proper Electrostatic Discharge procedures.
      1. Turn off computer and unplug power cord.
      2. Disconnect everything except the monitor and keyboard.
      3. Place computer on a stable work area with case cover facing up.
      4. Remove cover.
      5. Find internal drives.
      6. Inspect and reseat any cables to drives not detected. Click here for additional information about drives, motherboard connectors, and drive cables.
        • Check for broken connectors on drive, motherboard, and drive cables.
        • Check for bent or broken pins on drive, motherboard, and drive cables.
        • Check cable orientation.
        • If available, try a different cable. If drive works with new cable, the original cable is probably defective.

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Computer cannot detect DVD drive. drive opens and reads discs, but computer does not know it.


Computer reads the hardware when it is connected with the mothermoard with a data cable and the hardware can even work if not connected to motherboard because there are 2 cables connected with every hardware. 1 is power cable which makes the hardware gets ON and the other is data cable which makes it work so we see it in the computer. Your data cable connection may have gone faulty so its getting on and taking the CD but is not reading it.

Another thing may b that the cd is not good so change the cd and insert a new cd.
Hope that answer your question?

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Go to the BIOS settings and in the main menu and set the first boot device as cd rom. Then reboot ........

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I have hp pavillion dv9000 my dvd rom sometimes stop working


Ive had the same problem here. Its from the DVD reader not sitting right. You might have to call HP and see if they will cover you in the warrarnty.

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HP DV4000 Series not detecting newly installed DVD±RW LightScribe


The type of CD/DVD recorder is suppose to be automatically detected by your Plug N Play portion of your BIOS. Reboot and press the "F" key combination that will bring up the boot process as opposed to the CMOS Settings. See if the correct DVD model shows up as one of your boot electives. You may be able to change it in that window. If not then reboot to BIOS and change it there.

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Step 1: Checking for CD/DVD drive in BIOS
Make sure the drive appears in Setup. The drive has to be detected in the Basic Input/Output System (BIOS) before Windows can see the drive. Check for detection as follows:

1.Turn on the PC. When the HP/Compaq logo screen appears, press the F1 key repeatedly until the BIOS Setup screen appears (on some models this key press may different, F2 or Del)
2.Use the Left and Right Arrow keys to select Main.
3.The hardware-identifying name should appear next to Secondary Master, Secondary Slave, or Primary Slave.
If the name for the drive exists, skip to Step 3. Otherwise, continue to the next step.
Step 2: Reseating cables

If a drive name does not appear for each drive and None is listed in the BIOS, use these steps to open the computer case and reseat the drive cables. Work on a hard flat surface over a non-carpeted floor.

1.Turn off the computer, unplug all cords from the PC, and then press the Power button on the front of the PC for five seconds.
2.Remove the side panel.
3.Remove both the IDE ribbon cable and the power cable from the back of the CD drive.
•If the drive name appears in the Primary IDE section or the hard drive name is now missing, the IDE cable is bad or the drive settings are wrong. Replace the IDE cable and connect it according to the drive jumper settings . That is, if the small rectangular connector (the jumper) on the drive is set to MS (Master), connect the master end of the IDE cable into the back of the drive. If the jumper is set to SL (Slave), use the slave connector on the cable. If the drive is set to CS (Cable Select), you can connect using either connector on the cable.

Step 3: Removing Drive in Device Manager
Remove the drive name from Device Manager:
4.Close the Properties window and select the CD drive name.
5.Click the Uninstall or Remove button (in Windows XP this is the square button with a red X).
6.Click Yes or OK to remove the CD listing. Do not restart the PC.
7.Close Device Manager.
8.If your PC has Windows XP, perform the next step to clear the registry filters without restarting the PC.
Clearing the registry filters in XP
Click Start, Run, and type the following into the Open field: regedit
Click OK. The registry editor appears.
In Windows XP, click File, Export, type a filename that is easy for you to remember, and click Save.
In Windows 2000, click Registry, Export Registry File, type a filename that's easy for you to remember, and click Save.
A copy of the registry has saved for back-up purposes.

Click the plus sign (+) next to the following items in the list:
•HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE
•SYSTEM
•CurrentControlSet (or the current control set with lowest number if that is all that is listed)
•Control
•Class
Select 4D36E965-E325-11CE-BFC1-08002BE10318.
Select UpperFilter in the right window and press the Delete key.
Confirm the deletion by clicking Yes.
Select LowerFilters in the right window and press the Delete key.
Confirm the deletion by clicking Yes.
Delete all other UpperFilter and LowerFilter values within the 4D36E965-E325-11CE-BFC1-08002BE10318 key.

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