GMA 4082n device driver not working properly code 39
HL-DT-ST DVDRAM GMA-4082N ATA DRIVER DEVICE
Windows cannot load the device driver for this hardware. The driver may be corrupted or missing. (Code 39)
My cd/dvd drive stopped working. it says that the driver HL-Dt-St DVDRAM GMA-4082N ATA Device is corrupt. I tried to update this online but found nothing.......... Could not find any file for this in my hard disc. right now I can see any drive other than C: in my computer. Neeta
continuing to get error 39, missing or corrupted driver files for cdrom/dvds within vista home premium. Bios shows dvds installed & had been working previously. computer is an ABIT IP-95 with Pentium 4 3.0Mhz.cdrom drives are connected, with power functioning,etc and read within the system bios, but are not recognized by vista. device manager sees them, but says the driver files are missing or corrupted,error 39. The system shows the Microsoft driver files are installed, but no worky. AAAAH! Vista, you gotta love it! Systems restore has not fixed the problem.
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Re: GMA 4082n device driver not working properly code 39
Since the optical drive is a plug and play device and root drivers are in the bios. I'm going to suggest a bios flash or update. Keep in mind that the bios are very important and you don't want to screw them up, so, download and save the flash before running. Never run a bios flash directly from the internet, the net is entirely to unstable, and a blink of the eye glitch can ruin your system.
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backup whatever information you have and run the system recovery through the disks you received when you purchased the computer. If you can perform the recovery then you know the hardware is fine and that you were experiencing software corruption.
you need to do
1) confirm the dvd driver works ok at other same laptop or find a usb dvd drive adapter to check it works well or not, the dvd driver damage if not
2) check the dvd interface pins (no damage or disconnection) on the motherboard, there is hardware problem that you can not see or heard any lights and driving sounds when the power on
First go into Setup (usually F1,F2 or del) at start-up. See if your drives show up there. With Windows running, right click My Computer, left click Properties, left click Hardware, left click Device Manager, left click DVD/CD-ROM drives. Also check IDE ATA/ATAPI controllers. Do the drives show up there? If they do right click on drive and left click Update Driver. If they are not there go back to System Properties and left click on Add Hardware Wizard. This will search for devices. It may ask you to insert Windows CD which of course you can not do because the drives don't work. Try a different drive. When you cleaned out your computer did you delete or uninstall Office? That may be what caused this problem. None of this may work but it is a starting point.