DVDF TOSHIBA DVD-ROM SD-C2612

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Hi

I have a DELL Inspiron 1100 laptop which has Windows XP installed onto it.

I have been successfully playing DVD movies on this for a while now.

Now there is a problem. I cannot run DVD's or CDs on the laptop. When I
look in Device Manager the DVD is there (Toshiba DVD-Rom SD-C2612) but there
is a yellow exclamation mark next to it, which makes me think there is a
problem with the driver.

I have now altered the driver in anyway, so I am mystified at why it was
working but now it is not.

I have even uninstalled the DVD and then gone to New Hardware to reinstall
it. It detects it but says there is a problem and it may not work!

Is the driver file faulty in some way and if it is can I download it!

Thanks
Sheron
 
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Delete/Uninstall the DVD drive in Device manager (which you did) - but do
not reinstall yourself. Simply reboot and let the O/S reinstall.

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"Sheron" <Sheron@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
news:4A3E7A80-4C28-4766-8ED4-B51549E189BC@microsoft.com...
> Hi
>
> I have a DELL Inspiron 1100 laptop which has Windows XP installed onto it.
>
> I have been successfully playing DVD movies on this for a while now.
>
> Now there is a problem. I cannot run DVD's or CDs on the laptop. When I
> look in Device Manager the DVD is there (Toshiba DVD-Rom SD-C2612) but
> there
> is a yellow exclamation mark next to it, which makes me think there is a
> problem with the driver.
>
> I have now altered the driver in anyway, so I am mystified at why it was
> working but now it is not.
>
> I have even uninstalled the DVD and then gone to New Hardware to reinstall
> it. It detects it but says there is a problem and it may not work!
>
> Is the driver file faulty in some way and if it is can I download it!
>
> Thanks
> Sheron
 

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