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Flag Permalink This was helpful (0) Collapse - First things first by GERRY RAINS / August 2, 2013 4:21 PM PDT In reply to: Help! Vista previa del libro » Comentarios de usuarios-Escribir una reseñaNo hemos encontrado ninguna reseña en los lugares habituales.Páginas seleccionadasPágina del títuloÍndiceÍndiceTérminos y frases comunesaccording antivirus software audio backlight BIOS black screen I've just re-installed XP SP3 - maybe that will replace a file or two. The reasons that I mentioned Western Digital are (1) since they top everybody else in sales you're likely to find a lot of ratings and read a lot of them - http://lebos.org/blue-screen/blue-screen-immediately-after-inserting-a-blank-cd-dvd-r.php

It's a SATA LiteOn LH-20A1S. This way you will also know if the drive works.Good Luck Flag Permalink This was helpful (3) Collapse - PC boot up by Cokimnster / August 2, 2013 6:13 PM PDT Here's some system info: (if you need more just ask) DVD Drive: Pioneer DVD-RW DVR-110D Firmware: 1.41 OS: Windows XP Home SP2 Any ideas? it is... http://www.tomshardware.com/forum/50442-45-blue-screen-inserting-media

If the bios no longer recognizes the hard drive then it is toast. so I told him to put the vista 64 bit recovery disc, it just kept rebooting. Have tried turning off> autoplay, but no effect, only way around it that seams to work is by > pressing> shift whem I put the disc in & crossing my fingers.>> Reply Leave a comment Helpful +4 Report Antonio Apr 28, 2009 05:06AM Well, My PC has exactly the same simptoms.

  • Put a dot in front of 'Prompt me each time to choose an action.'7.
  • I added the firmware update.
  • Although I'm pretty sure the problem existed before I actually updated to the current firmware sometime back.
  • After I insert either a game CD or DVD into my DVD-RW drive, I get a Blue Screen of Death.
  • They're not that long.. =) I just bought a new burner, figuring that my old Pioneer was the problem.
  • Doing another one now (after the SP3 re-install) and it wants me to put the Windows XP CD into the drive "Files that are required for WIndows to run properly must
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Leave a comment Helpful +0 Report Geoffwessex 3Posts Saturday November 22, 2008Registration date December 2, 2008 Last seen Nov 23, 2008 07:40PM Latest...... So I think I eliminated a few possibilities there. If so, that may be the issue.Also, what burning SW are you using? 0Votes Share Flag Collapse - IT WORKS~! Connect a USB Drive and backup your data.

Just an observation....Digger Flag Permalink This was helpful (1) Collapse - I wonder how many here have used Gentoo? You will need to do this if verifier finds a corrupt driver. If you're new to Tech Support Guy, we highly recommend that you visit our Guide for New Members. Reply Leave a comment Helpful +0 Report husker12 Jan 31, 2010 05:22AM so kind of the same deal with a twist, my roomate has a sattelite a300 that during an automatic

could Windows Vista system be your main OS? ; a lot of backbone can be non-working with Vista increase the sizeof empty dics space BSOD - After new Motherboard, CPU and please please HELP! I thought it was solved before but it popped up again.) Thanks a bunch =) Edit: I think I spoke too soon. Fix #2: Run chkdsk /f /r The chkdsk tool ships with Windows and can be used to check (and sometimes repair) your drives for file system corruption.

go into the device manager and click on view scroll down to resources by connection IRQ open that up Scroll down to your Secondary IDE Chanel or Primary IDE only you https://answers.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/forum/windows_7-hardware/bluescreen-pc-restarting-when-disc-inserted-in/03469641-2718-4dd9-ac6c-ab5cd4da546b It's an easy-to-use and automated diagnostics disk. In 1982, he completing a B.S degree in Electrical and Electronic Engineering, later he has also obtained a Certificate of Computer Fundamentals. Troubleshooting - VirtualBox Started by: Gloria Date: 1.24.12 Time: 23:48 After inserting the installation CD the setup program normally starts automatically.

I have a Windows XP desktop and it willnot boot up to Windows. Check This Out You may get lucky and you may not. Newer Than: Search this thread only Search this forum only Display results as threads Useful Searches Recent Posts More... Or new media players?

Join thousands of tech enthusiasts and participate. Everything appears normal and working but my computer reboots whenever I insert a disc. I actually don't even see the DVD Drive in the IRQ listings, so that might be a possibility? Source Check for hard disk issues: Click Start Go to Computer Right-click on the main drive, where Windows 7 is installed on, and click Properties Click the Tools tab and at the

However, if I insert a music CD into the DVD drive, everything goes along just fine without any Blue Screen. Tested the HD on another system, scanned extensively for physical errors and it was fine. Shut down your computer3.

missed that one.

Thanks, Geoff Wessex See more DVD drive causes reboot on insertion of disc CD-ROM/DVD Drive won't work [Solved] (Solved) Computer reboots when disc is in dvd drive CD-ROM/DVD Drive won't work Login _ Social Sharing Find TechSpot on... This is a simple quick fix that might work. Get a discounted price on replacement setup and installation discs: Windows 7.

The only draw-back is that if you installed any software since that date, you will most likely need to reinstall it.If the Restore does not correct the problem, try again using Insert your Windows XP Home edition CD-ROM now". ........ I didn't even have to login again for it to blue screen. have a peek here and even when i'm just working now it will reboot itself out of nowhere.

I know this bit isn't system related but worth mentioning here. Windows really should be taken out back behind the shed and shot every year or things start to get weird. Leave a comment Helpful +0 Report mick Mar 20, 2010 11:55AM Your system specs would be helpful but im going to assume that your computer is a standard rig and you Then, I started reinstalling XP (SP2) over the same installation, so I could preserve all the apps.

are losing sales they'll go back to Windows 7.So you're going to (1) have to get an external hard drive and (2) unless a friend can help you, go to a Message: ERROR_CTX_MODEM_RESPONSE_NO_DIALTONENumeric code: 7014 (0x1B66)Meaning: Dial tone not detected within the required time. The machine keeped rebooting. If you're willing to risk it, you may try what's called a Repair Installation which is intended to restore your operating system without effecting your data.

I'm not sure if you can replicate the problem using verifier though. I will also check out the verifier program. Go to your computer's manufacturer and check the driver's latest version. avoid trial and error.

Your hard drive might be damaged, so consider replacing it if none of the solutions presented here work for you. Including the exact error message that appeared on the blue error screen. 0Votes Share Flag Collapse - Re: HELP - computer shuts down every time i put blank dvd/cd in it! They cleaned it up, got rid of unnecessary drivers I'd loaded and it's back working as well as when I first bought it. During my PC boot up, it displays 'Please insert disk' If you have the xp disk then you can insert it and try the repair part when the xp starts, then

Flag Permalink This was helpful (6) Collapse - great answer by wolf-01 / January 25, 2016 2:51 PM PST In reply to: Obviously not great answer, cannot stop laughing, Flag Permalink You can try removing any recently installed device driver and restarting your computer. gn87man, Jan 27, 2006 #5 gn87man Thread Starter Joined: Jan 5, 2005 Messages: 14 YAY! I applied BIOS update wich didn't sove the problem.

If I leave the disc in and let Windows boot up again, the computer crashes after sitting on the login screen for ~10 seconds.