Like it doesn’t exist. You will see a series of directories. Presentl I have Windows XP with serivce pack 3. If you open up the drive you will observe a metal plate that protects the cable and internal components of the drive. I searched in vain for a solution tried the registry stuff, drivers, looked for firmware there is none on and on. I thought they were bad disks.

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For some CD disks I get that dreaded “D: If you have any ideas I would greatly appreciate your advice. Friday, May 9, 6: Looked into the registry fix, however i do not know what the upper and lower filters are?

Apparently Starforce Protection causes this problem. Then, you can restore the registry if a problem occurs. Proposed as answer by jhigh Friday, December 19, 6: So, I made the only sensible decision left: Friday, December 17, 2: Hopefully you have some words of wisdom to share to help all of us out.

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When I insert a cd or dvd into the drive, dd seems to just spin around. This worked for me. Wednesday, April 30, 8: So if someone can advise what upper and lower filters are, I would be obliged. Remove the Upperfilters and Lowerfilters values completely from the following registry key: Hi Corey, For the error code 39, please try this solution: I first noticed problems a few months ago. I thank you heartily and wish you well.

When I try to access it I get this matsbita My laptop is a Toshiba Satellite AS Saturday, December 19, Matshita Dvd Ram Uj s now has a special edition for these Windows versions: I thought they were bad disks. It is a Matshita just like all your other seekers above.

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I really knew it was not a hardware problem because the disc would spin and the device was there in the Device Manager and all. I found a solution online at http: I then went to toshiba canada and checked for updated drivers, downloaded one for the dvd, and installed it, however no change to the cd reader.


Wednesday, May 12, 2: If xvd is a solution I too would like to know so that the problem is rectified. Even tried the registry thing. Tuesday, September 16, 7: The drive was working OK for quite some time. Thursday, December 30, 7: However, now it refuses to read or write anything, yet the drive’s properties tell me it’s working just fine. Direct Download Success Stats: I then began the edit of the registry.