I want to change bitsetting, but the driver do not supor that change with dvdinfopro or nerodiscspeed. Some one told me to contact the manufacturer so he can provide some tool to change the bitsetting, but I got no idea who the manufacturer is. The driver is "HL-DT-st dvdram gsa-t20l ata device".
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Re: change bitsetting/booktype on cdrom
The drive you have in your Notebook is manufactured by LG Electronics.
However, I am unable to identify what bit settings you are referring to and what for.
Request you to get back with this information so that I will be able to find out the possible solutions.
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Virtual Cdroms are used to provide the computer with drivers. As soon as the driver is installed, the Cdrom should disappear and the harddrive should be revealed. Windows used to autostart the Setup utility, but since this is a security risk, this was disabled.
You should try to manually run the setup or switch to a drive that is supported out-of-the-box.
that wappened to me when i was to trying run some games in my laptop it just crashed video drivers, and the video drivers rollback to the microsoft compatible....go to web site of the computer for supor with properly and compatible drivers
Are you trying to playing recordable DVDs (DVD+R or DVD-R) ? if so, try playing original DVDs (the type you rent or buy) those are pressed DVDs - if it works, then your player does not support DVD-R or DVD+R - If you are using a computer burner that supports bitsetting you can change the booktype of a DVD+R to DVD-ROM to fool your player.
If however your player cannot play either DVD-R, DVD+R nor original DVDs and only plays CDs, then your dvd laser diode is finished - there is one for CD and one for DVD, this is rare but happens, there is nothing you can do, any repairs would be very expensive - you are better off getting a new DVD player they are very inexpensive now and any repairs will cost you multiple times a new DVD player.
I would like to ask if you are using DVD+R media?
If so make sure you enable DVD-ROM booktype:
www.liteonamericas.com/us/download_utility.htm" Unfortunatly the Lite-On tool must be used before burning each
DVD+R,it just takes a second though.The HP's auto set DVD+R to DVD-ROM.
Difference in formats:
DVD-R uses a quasi DVD-ROM booktype and has high compatiblity with DVD players.Disadvantages :you cannot burn multi-session data.
DVD+R can be set to DVD-ROM booktype for higher compatibilty.Cons:some
older DVD players don't support DVD+R and some DVD+R writers don't
support the DVD-ROM booktype.
You can also try to use DVD+R for both
You can only change a DVD book type if you are using DVD+R. You can't change a book type on DVD-R. You are probably using -R, which should be just fine. I personally prefer -R, but both types work pretty well.
If you are burning video to +R disks you should be able to change the book type to DVD ROM in one of the option boxes.