I suspect ImgBurn doesn’t understand the responses from the drive. Service Pack 2 I So i go on the american one and find this page: Dell can’t make it stay in working format. I assume you mean Blue ray. BUT kills my blu ray drive!
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I refuse to use Vista soooooo Can you update me if you solve matdhita problem? You need to say WHAT disc? Windows 7 Hardware Compatibility. Dell says the drivers should catch up pretty soon and just hold the drive until they catch up!
Blue ray or regular dvd. Friday, June 19, 6: Saturday, June 20, 4: It is telling you that but you are not listening! Thank you Joanna Hi Joanna Unfortunately, hardware drivers are the responsibility of the hardware maker. Friday, June 26, 7: I guess that my problem is not a gfx driver proble9 m but a Blu-ray driver problem. Did you add the blue ray drive later because if nVidia doesn’t like it.
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The way I have the settings configured by default works best for most drives. Either be firmware is intentionally limiting the drive to 4x because the media is crap or the MID isn’t in the firmware at all and the drive is using some default useless write strategy for it.
I assume you mean Blue ray. Not going to happen! Now if you do something stupid like downloading dumb drivers or the wrong bit software drivers OR adding a drive that is NOT compatible!!! Dell can’t make it stay in working format. It’s a VERY simple fix! I can’t use that blue ray writer at all! You aren’t going to make any babies!
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I did reinstall PowerDVD, but now after inserting bluray movie I have got message that I have incompatible graphics driver.
So i go on the american one and find this page: I put disc into the slot and I only got message “loading” and it is loading and nothing happens. They have helped me a lot! I have problem with playing my bluray movies. I would recommend uninstalling PhysX just for the test, although it shouldn’t cause any serious conflicts. Share this post Link to post Share on other sites. Dell can under pressure mess with your computer and force it to work but within a week the computer windows 7 will force it back.
Not an IT pro? I waited 15 minutes few times, but no luck. Easy is good, complicated will make you screw up your laptop! I am not sure what does it mean, do I need to install something else, do I need to have Dell MediaDirect because it is dell computer? Here is the link http: I’ve installed ImgBurn as I’ve got completely tired of Roxio Creator, but unfortunately, the first disc image I want to burn doesn’t work.