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Commercial distribution of the Sony Creative Software Inc. DVD's do nothing and show no contents in Explorer. First it had me look for the aforementioned "upper and lower filters". After deleting the CD-ROM, reboot the computer.

I'm in the same situation as you. I just moved on to a newer program - Free Easy CD DVD burner from koyotesoft and my problems were solved. If all but one or two discs fail, the disc drive is bad or dirty. I have a Samsung Chronos 700z model bought in 2012. http://www.techspot.com/community/topics/can-t-get-win-98-to-recognize-sony-dvd-burner.47752/

Would be cheaper to just buy a new drive than pay to get it replaced. Notable changes in 5.2c Support has been added for FLAC. billybgameNov 21, 2014, 5:23 PM Here I am again on this topic...been over 2 years, but still can't play DVDs on this desktop.

sanchalizaMay 27, 2014, 8:09 AM Eclipse95 said: Hi guys, I have this problem since a week already. fzabkarMar 7, 2012, 5:42 AM AIUI, data DVDs should show up in Explorer, but video DVDs won't play until you install appropriate application software plus the required audio/video codecs.In fact I Brian Cooley found it for you at CES 2017 in Las Vegas and the North American International Auto Show in Detroit. If you can see a file system, then perhaps you have some peculiar autorun issue.

When you download and unpack the CDROM.ZIP file, you'll have a set of files like these. I hate computer hassles so much, I give it some effort, then I just move on and live life. Fax: 1-608-250-1745. Windows 98 users If the above recommendations have been attempted, try booting from a Windows 98 diskette or other bootable diskette with CD-ROM drivers to see if the CD-ROM works from

Click Install, and then follow the on-screen prompts to install the appropriate version of CD Architect for your computer. If you're unlucky, and your CD-ROM drive doesn't work with any of the generic drivers on the Windows 98 Startup Disk - or if you don't want to take the chance This is pretty ridiculous. Try booting a CD or bootable diskette Windows 2000, XP, Vista, 7, and later users If the above recommendations do not work, boot from the Windows disc to see if the

fzabkarMar 9, 2012, 5:03 AM Game DVDs are just software/data DVDs. https://www.pctechguide.com/how-to-do-a-clean-installation-of-win98/installing-windows-98-getting-your-cd-drive-to-work-for-installation Main Sections Technology News Reviews Features Product Finder Downloads Drivers Community TechSpot Forums Today's Posts Ask a Question News & Comments Useful Resources Best of the Best Must Reads Trending Now I later Slipstreamed the Upgrade CD and Windows SP2 CD's together.Many folks who have been stuck with an Upgrade CD and need to install it on a new HD have come I just moved on to a newer program - Free Easy CD DVD burner from koyotesoft and my problems were solved.I hear you there, but if it was just this one

The /D:mscd001 /v part of the line renames the driver when it is loaded into memory. Bluray Drive not reading Blurays, dvds or cds? Still reads no DVDs...reads CDs fine. If you can see a file system, then perhaps you have some peculiar autorun issue.

It has been included on the application disc in the \Extras\Adobe Reader folder for your convenience. Additional information See our CD-ROM, DVD, and Blu-Ray definitions for further information and related links on these terms. MS-DOS runs in real mode, and the phrase is often used to describe 16-bit MS-DOS device drivers. Type D:\setup.exe, where D is the drive letter of your CD-ROM drive, and follow the on-screen prompts to complete the installation.

Bad CD-ROM drive If all the above steps have been tried and you're still encountering errors with reading discs in the CD-ROM drive, it's possible that the drive is bad. a couple of dvds actually played and i was also starting to have cd-rw disc problems, but that worked to and I was able to burn a cd. perhaps i will try koyotesoft after all since it may help to read all my dvds (although I think part of that problem was the age/condition of the dvds).thank you thank

Support has been added for opening ATRAC3™, ATRAC3plus™, and ATRAC Advanced Lossless™ files.

Still reads no DVDs...reads CDs fine. I solved that problem with help from this forum by first uninstalling the dvd software I had installed including ANY DVD and then fixing the registry edit upper and lower filters. Windows should then detect the CD-ROM and reinstall it. First it had me look for the aforementioned "upper and lower filters".

Please refer to our CNET Forums policies for details. Try the above recommendations again. CD-ROM cables connected improperly If you have recently installed or moved your computer, verify that the CD-ROM cables are properly connected. Win98 Installation Planning How To Create A Windows Start Up Disk Installing Windows 98 - Getting Your CD Drive to Work for Installation How To Create A FAT32 Partition on Your

DVD player will play in the DVD's whereas it will not see CDs it won't recognize the CD is in there at all.and this is my second DVD player that I The biggest problem is doing this is often locating your CD-ROM drive's real mode driver in the first place. Under the System heading, look for the version number (see right) Version 4.10.1998 is the original version of Windows 98 (98FE) Version 4.10.2222 is Windows 98 Second Edition (98SE) Click the It's up to you to find the motherboard driver package and install it.

At some point you should be asked to present proof of upgrade qualification and you just put in the '98 disk until XP is happy. Login _ Social Sharing Find TechSpot on... Would not play on either.I downloaded and installed VLC Media Player.....should that not take care of the codec? I can use the CD-ROM when installing, but the install never finishes and I can only get into the system using Safe Mode.

A bug has been fixed that could cause a Windows error to appear upon start up when using Microsoft Windows Vista™. i use my dvd burner alot and i am lost without it. Or do I still need some sort of drivers/dvd software? It could be that the latter is malfunctioning.Here is a reference circuit diagram for a cheap DVD player:http://www.users.on.net/~fzabkar/DVD/Cheertek/CT901A_CT908_SCH_V1%5b1%5d%5b1%5d.1-CT908-CS4338-WM8714-WM8776-CT901A-BA5954-AT5665-AM5868S.pdfSee the pinout of the HITACHI 1200W optical pickup unit on page 3.

Real mode refers to an operating mode of x86 chips that replicates the memory management used by 8086 or 8088 chips, characterised by an absence of memory management or memory protection I would've replied sooner, as I have mail notification enabled, but I got no emails of replies.....Anyhow, I read in some places about the separate lasers for CDs vs DVDs, so I hear you there, but if it was just this one used XP computer, I'd buy in....but not when I buy two of them, from separate Ebay sellers, both wiped with You could also check the Properties of the disc.Other than that, I have no more ideas.

I hear you there, but if it was just this one used XP computer, I'd buy in....but not when I buy two of them, from separate Ebay sellers, both wiped with External CD/DVD drive suddenly can only read DVDs, not CDs My dvd drive is not reading blank dvds but reading cds My dvd drive is not reading blank dvds but reading If you can see a file system, then perhaps you have some peculiar autorun issue. Can anyone out there help me?

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