02-17-2003 09:26 PM
02-18-2003 01:43 AM
I think this is a hardware problem.
First thing to check, is the IDE cable connected securely to your CD-writer?
Any dirt/dust in the writer?
Have you tried to replace the CD-writer with a new one and see whether the problem persists? You eliminate the chance that it is a driver issue this way.
03-03-2003 08:22 AM
Vince, if you're still around... I'm nervous about taking the cabinet apart to check for dirt/dust and the cables. Any advice/encouragement/tips about where to start? I assume that's what you mean us to do...
Thanks -- J
01-17-2005 01:31 PM
I ran the diagnostic test program and was told to contact HP Tech Support, I have not done that, since I discovered this forum with persons with the same problem.
So Mr. HP what do we do now?
01-27-2005 10:25 PM
02-28-2005 03:18 PM
Can anyone help this problem? Or are we just wasting our time trying to fix it?
03-02-2005 03:38 PM
well, the system sure picks it up, and have tried all the troubleshooting too. cables, ports, device manager updating. nada.
not only that, after going through all that it has put unnumerable 'kinks' in the system. i finally stopped after 2 days when it seemed to be really pooping out.
would REALLY like some expert help. we're expert level here ourselves and are really frustrated.
03-04-2005 03:12 PM
06-27-2005 07:39 PM
on device manager - there seems to be no problem. unable to run any of the disks - can any one help me.
12-30-2009 02:27 PM