What about a “generic” driver? I’ve used this same drive on two desktops, a nettop, a netbook, a laptop, and a tablet pc, all running XP, and it worked fine. I have to pull the usb plug out and reinsert to get it to stop the “spinning blue circle of death”. It may or may not recognize this drive when plugged in, again, it spins and then stalls out. Email to friends Share on Facebook – opens in a new window or tab Share on Twitter – opens in a new window or tab Share on Pinterest – opens in a new window or tab Add to watch list. Skip to main content.
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Shantanu Kaushik Replied on November 24, In reply to SomeMadPoet’s post on January 16, Uninstall driver Reboot Shutdown plug in drive when system power is off Boot tod-ex001 Maybe the drive needs to get recognized in the bios for it to work properly? When I try to access the disk it stalls out.
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I have the same question Also, you can try the MS KB article fix but, as you suggest, your situation is different. Or the drive might sit and just once, and I’ve even had it make the system become unresponsive.
I read the problem description and it sounds a bit different than what I am experiencing.
I guess they fixes were hacks for release candidate or beta versions of Windows 7. Get the item you ordered or get your money back. I wasn’t sure if I should start a new thread or not. Subject to credit approval.
SomeMadPoet Replied on January 16, It will just sit there and list the contents of the first CD that inserted, rld-ex001 never refresh itself until it is disconnected from the computer and reconnected.
A couple of times I have been able to access the disk and see the programs on it.
Sorry rid-ex001 didn’t help. It may or may not recognize this drive when plugged in, again, it spins and then stalls out. Other offers may also be available. Do you get an error message? Add to watch list. That is the only program I could think of that would conflict with the drive but I have never had a problem with it rpd-ex001 the past. The drive stops spinning though and I can’t get anything to work.
I think the original poster and I are rod-ex01 the same problem, with the same hardware. Learn more – opens in a new window or tab. From this menu select Disable Driver Signature verification.
I have the same drive, and it reads and burns DVDs fine. Back to home page. This site in other languages x. Insert disk, drive spins up and sometimes shows volume info but disk is inaccessable. What happens when to try to access the disk?