I/o Device Error Dvd Ram
The time now is 12:28 PM. Log in with Facebook Log in with Twitter Log in with Google Your name or email address: Do you already have an account? Good luck and let me know if you will be able to solve this problem. I now keep getting the following error message: “D:\ is not accessible. news
Where do I go from here? Modifying the transfer mode for this disk can result in the Windows OS failing to work properly. Reply With Quote 11-25-200501:25 PM #4 Canuck Administrator Help2Go Administrator Join Date May 2003 Location Edmonton, Alberta, Canada Posts 9,809 Points 2031 I've done a bit of research into your DVD Unfortunately, the I/O device error can generated more than one error message. http://www.sevenforums.com/drivers/5022-dvd-ram-i-o-device-error.html
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Imgburn has a very good name, but I shall now search for another burning tool. General_B Member Joined: Jun 19, 2006 Messages: 2 Likes Received: 0 Trophy Points: 11 I have a Matshita DVD-RAM UJ-820S (type: DVD/CD-ROM drives) inside a Toshiba Satellite P25 series laptop. or should I just stop the research and take it to a dealer some months from now when I am able to be w/o my computer? I hope that I will be able to reproduce the problem at the store.
Ask ! I will bring it to Store monday and I will come back here for news and developments. Pls pls help me Robjs Please Help, when I go to My Computer and click on my hard drive it opens and shows me all my folders. If this is happening w/ everything then I would take the computer to a Mom and Pop local computer store and have them replace the drive w/ anything but Matshita.
My DVD/CD burner will not work. I've gone to recommended links, downloaded from Microsoft, pulled drive out, uninstalled it, reinstalled it, put it back in ... As for using regedit to delete the upper and lower filters. http://www.tomshardware.com/forum/257896-32-error-drive or should I just stop the research and take it to a dealer some months from now when I am able to be w/o my computer?
I/O error Internal Hard Drive I/O error Problem with writing to WD hard drive ( I/O error) Tom's Hardware Around the World Tom's Hardware Around the World Denmark Norway Finland Russia even tried to open it thinking what do I have to lose if I have to go buy a new one anyway. Everyone knows that the best way to get your nintendo to work, is to blow the console and the cartridge. Regards Howard :wave: :wave: Mar 14, 2006 #3 (You must log in or sign up to reply here.) Show Ignored Content Topic Status: Not open for further replies.
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even tried to open it thinking what do I have to lose if I have to go buy a new one anyway. Niamh van Meines Greetings, My WD Drive does not show up & I get the I/O error message. I/o Device Error Windows 8 Any help would be greatly appreciated. Step 2 â€“ Locate the specific webpage for the hardware device that is throwing the device error.
Step 3 â€“ Select the menu icon to expand the â€śIDE ATA/ATAPIâ€ť controller display. The time now is 19:28. The thought scares me.
I have run Norton Anti Virus, (after getting the recent updates.) Driver is still not working. 4.
I hope some people can land this on their google searches, maybe what I think was the problem for me is also the problem for others... For now though I have been content with using an external USB drive. Step 10 â€“ Select the â€śDriverâ€ť menu tab. If you are using a USB hub, connect the drive directly to one of the computerâ€™s USB ports.
Error message I get: "D:\ is not accessible. That is as close as I can get to causal, and the best part is, the software is quite likely the problem for all the stories I've read. Under properties, it says "Location: Location 0 (0)" and "Device Status: This device is working properly." I have researched other threads, particularly :\ is not accessible. click site thecrwng7 Born Posts: 1 3+ Months Ago I came across this forum today, after realizing my cd dvd drive went stupid on me after burning a few cd's... (Toshiba Satellite) I
I'm an aid worker in Pakistan and in desperate need of help as my work depends on this drive. Reply With Quote 11-25-200512:02 PM #3 shemst Member Join Date Nov 2005 Posts 7 Points 0 CD Spin Canuck, I can usually hear the CD spin. I have updated my device drivers. This will be the device corresponding for the drive throwing the error.
I would appreciate any and all help. Post Information Total Posts in this topic: 6 postsUsers browsing this forum: No registered users and 29 guests You cannot post new topics in this forum You cannot reply to topics As a last resort, especially if the issue is the CD itself (corrupted or scratched media for example) you can try downloading hardware drivers from the internet. Step 2 â€“ Choose the â€śPerformance and Maintenanceâ€ť menu choice and then click the â€śSystemâ€ť menu option.
I noticed that an unusal amount of people seem to have experienced my same problem. They referred me to a service center who said they'd have to configure some stuff probably but it would take three weeks before they'd get to me. I would like to download some video's and pictures I have on my hard drive, but get the error code of, "G:\ is not accessible. Get the answer nocheese 22 April 2010 19:47:36 Maybe it's not stated cause it's "too obvious", but have you tried other data DVDs on this system and/or have you tried this
David More about : error dvd drive SR-71 Blackbird a c 492 G Storage 22 April 2010 08:21:19 #Step 1 Access "Control Panel" from the Start menu and then choose "Performance It keep telling me that there is the I/O error, also my pc starts to huge lag. Â Sorry for my bad english, but if anyone understood my problem, please help Similar Topics I/O device error with external hard drive Sep 30, 2011 Need help : i/o disk error after defraging external hard drive Jun 22, 2005 I/O device error Dec 11, LinkBack LinkBack URL About LinkBacks Thread Tools Show Printable Version Email this Page… Subscribe to this Thread… 09-20-200711:41 PM #1 jjmakaro Member Join Date Feb 2006 Posts 23 Points 0 DVD-RAM
Everyone seems to believe getting a new drive will solve the issue. memenode Within Windows XP the USB I/O error could simply be because drivers aren't installed. If not, then it is with the IDE, drive, or connection on your primary computer. I have already tried what Windows recommended, which is as follows: Manage "My Computer" Device Manager Expand IDE ATA/ATAPI controllers Select Properties of Primary IDE Channel Advance Settings Change Transfer mode
My D Drive is a Matshita DVD-RAM UJ-811, with an updated driver. I'm in the middle of a project so can't be w/o laptop for 3 weeks. If an error is shown, proceed to Step 5. # Step 5 Go to the General tab and click "Troubleshoot" found under the Device Status section then press "OK." Follow the On this way the unit will be clean preinstalled and should works properly.