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Sony DRU 190A CD/DVD drive compatibility to XP SP2?

New drive inserted, very slow response, can open for exploring, but no reading audio or DVD files, no burning

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Windows 2000 and XP and Vista and 7 have "built-in" device-drivers to allow you to read "data" files from CD and/or DVD drives.

However, you need software, such as 'PowerDVD' in order to "play" pre-recorded audio/video content recorded on DVD media.

See: http://www.CyberLink.com for information about 'PowerDVD' software.

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try to reinstall the cd software that comes with your bluray drive. that should work..if not try your bluray drive on other computers if you have the same problem..i think you have a problem with your bluray drive...hope this helps..ITTech7574

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Do not read the cd or dvd disc.


Its zamzam,i wud suggest you buy a new one from a better manufactuerer.

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I am not posting a solution, but may be the same problem.
I have dell inspiron 510m with DVD - RW sony A 56
It had burnt one DVD till now, but it can NOT burn any more DVDs.
I have tried burning using windows XP-SP2, Nero 6, Nero 8, burn my files 3.01 BUT no use. The only thing I got is different error messages.
I changed many types of DVD-Rom, from sony, benq..trying to rule out the storge media itself as source of error, but again no use.
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