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Go into device Mng. Locate Drive open properties , Click up date driver , It will give you a box that says , search auto for driver , NO , Go to the box below and find Windows Cert. Driver than Install the cert. driver , that should fix it. Let me Know.
it shows only cdrom drivers i picked one but still its up to its own will some time burns dvd some time not.i think its 100 percent chipset manufecturing fault.my hard drive to hard copy process is also very slow why?
Hello, before you can actually determine that the problem is the chipset, I recommend you to try with a different DVD burner.
For the problem with the transfer rates, how are you measuring them?
To be able to assist you better, we will need more information regarding your system like the power supply and RAM memory.
HP DVD burners are not the best thing out there , Look at the Sony/Opticarc series , Cheap and dependable.
I installed another dvd burner sony DRU-870 ,but it also does the same some time burns some time not.i finally found the the solution
1-unistall intel desktop utils
2-unistall both IDE ATA?ATAPI CONTROLLER
and install windows standard controller and now my hp burner start burning dvds and hard drive to hard drive copying process is fast now.