The best deals from Amazon’s one-day storage sale Amazon slashed prices on some 20 items. I have lots of data that needs to be transferred, and the only option I have is to use DVDs. Hi McGuire, Here are few things that you may try doing. Something I have noticed is that the drive tends to go unresponsive when I’ve been digging around in my old hard drive that currently still runs XP through Windows 7. This must be some sort of driver issue with Windows 7, as the exact same problem is happening with both the Pioneer drive that started this entire problem and the brand new Asus drive. To do this, follow these steps:
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McGuire Replied on March 21, This occurs when attempting to use Auto-Play, check Properties of the disc, or installing from a disc. Something I have noticed is that the drive tends to go unresponsive when I’ve been digging around in my old hard drive that currently still runs XP through Windows 7.
Storage by Rick Broida Oct 24, Waiting will appease this, but any time Windows is trying to read a disc: I’ve tried the other suggested solutions: Tech support scams are an industry-wide issue where scammers attempt to trick you into paying for unnecessary technical support services. The best deals from Amazon’s one-day storage sale Amazon slashed prices on some 20 items. Storage by Rick Broida Sep 13, Thanks for your feedback, it helps us improve the site.
Storage by Rick Broida Oct 10, This combined with the fact that the same issue is occurring 21d an entirely different set of hardware shows that there is something deeper at fault here.
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I just purchased Windows 7 Home Premium and a new hard drive. Not 20 minutes ago I was attempting to re-install software from my computer to find my Asus drive go unresponsive during installation, just as had happened before to my Pioneer drive. Please do something about it! A restart followed by immediate activation of the drive in some vvr seems to at least let it respond long enough to install something.
The install would not complete, as when the file copying step was reached, the system simply stayed on that screen before canceling. However, after shutting the computer down, returning later, and attempting to install something else, the drive was again incredibly slow and unresponsive.
I’m using the most recent firmware for the drive, I edited the registry the “UpperFilters” fixand attempted to edit the power configurations through the command prompt this had no effect, the command prompt responded that there was no power configuration that matched the configurations.
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This problem also seems to be affecting any program that uses a DVD drive. Or choose door No.
In reply 216 McGuire’s post on March 21, I have lots of data that needs to be transferred, and the only option I have is to use DVDs. This must be dbr sort of driver issue with Windows 7, as the exact same problem is happening with both the Pioneer drive that started this entire problem and the brand new Asus drive.
In reply to McGuire’s post on May 15, As already stated in my initial post, I have tried this to no avail.
Remove and reinstall the existing drivers. Storage by Rick Broida Nov 12, McGuire Replied on March 18, McGuire Replied on March 26, You may also check with pioneer: Some other posts with your similar issue used this to correct it: Discussion threads can be closed at any time at our discretion.
Storage by Rick Broida Sep 17, I bought a separate drive an Asus 24B1ST and ddvr same problem is occurring: