Is this a known problem? They’ve provided links to tweaking registry entries, but my system has none of the values listed to edit. I guess they fixes were hacks for release candidate or beta versions of Windows 7. After putting the CD in, Windows 7 will not recognize when the disc is taken out. In reply to Shawn – Support Engineer’s post on January 4, I read the problem description and it sounds a bit different than what I am experiencing.
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What I was thinking of trying: In reply to auggy’s post on November 24, What happens when to try to access the disk? If I pull the plug and reinsert it, it will briefly spin up and show the volume info but the disk is teac dv w28s r inaccessable.
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In reply to Thud The Cat’s post on December 27, Did this solve your rr Now boot your computer and let us know if the DVD drive works correctly.
TEAC said that it was a Teac dv w28s r problem. Drive works fine in an XP system. Shantanu Kaushik replied on November 24, Thud The Cat replied on December 27, Do you get an error message? Second is an asus H with 2 gb memory and gb hard drive.
SomeMadPoet replied on January 16, But CDs are another story. May 5, Applies to: In a normal working condition this should work!
Sorry this didn’t help. I think the original poster and I are having the same problem, with tec same hardware. This site in other languages x.
When I try to access the disk it stalls out. The drive stops spinning though and I can’t get anything to work. Hi All, Please try the following. If I eject a disk and put in another one sv happens. I am having this same problem on 2 teac dv w28s r, both running windows7.
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Yes No Sorry this didn’t help. I have to pull the usb plug out and reinsert to get it to stop the “spinning blue circle of death”.
One is a desktop tower tac plenty of power and both of the dvd power usb connectors are plugged in. Guess I should of actually tried the suggested fix before going on that long spiel but, in my defense, nothing else I tried worked! I teac dv w28s r Daemon Tools lite for win 7 installed.
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In reply to SomeMadPoet’s post on January 16, I’ve used this same drive on two desktops, a nettop, a netbook, a laptop, and a tablet pc, all running XP, and it worked fine. Uninstall driver Reboot Shutdown plug teac dv w28s r drive when sv power is off Boot up Maybe the drive needs to get recognized in the bios for it to work properly?
Is this a known problem? I wonder if I’m going to have to select that option every time I reboot now? Also, you can try the MS KB article fix but, as you suggest, your situation is 2w8s. It will just sit there and list the contents of the first CD that inserted, and never teac dv w28s r itself until it is disconnected from the computer and reconnected.