This is not the only problem, but sealed the deal for me. On the Hardware tab, click Device Manager. Results 1 to 5 of 5. Saturday, December 19, Remove From My Forums.

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If there is a solution I too would like to know so that the problem is rectified. Thursday, December 30, 7: After locating this post I tried the above procedure and everything now works perfectly. Saturday, November 27, 7: I have a Toshiba Satellite. Looked into the registry fix, however i do not know what the upper and lower filters are? I then removed the upper and lower filter entries, close out regedit and restarted my computer to find I now have my drive back.

Matshlta, As this thread has been quiet for a while, we assume that the issue has been resolved. It gradually slows down your drive speed till it breaks.

Remove From My Forums. I had not even realised from when it was not working as I have not used it with DVDs for quite some time.


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Friday, August 14, 6: I had no idea why it suddenly stopped working after working fine for more than 2 years. One other hint; Did you try to delete the upper and lower filter from the registry entries?

Monday, January 3, 5: Symptoms started with “bad disk” or “corrupted data” went back and forward from not reading CD’s but reading DVDs and vice versa to finally creating only coaster discs when try to use it as a burner and major data corruption when installing software. Like it doesn’t exist.

My Matshita dvd is on the device manager list with the error “Windows cannot load driver Code 39 “. Im not going to pay for something that seems to be a common occurance with this company. Wednesday, March 26, 9: Even tried the registry thing. Friday, January 22, 5: I have tried uninstalling and reinstalling, disabling and enabling and even checked Windows Update for newer driver updates and it says Mattshita have the most recent driver.

Will keep trying to figure out the burning and post back if i find anything that works!



The “fix” you suggested does not do it Hello, One thing is for sure: This is the item included in my Toshiba Laptop. Thursday, May 8, 9: I think we need a hardware Guru. I first noticed problems a few months ago. Edited by six69pack Saturday, June 4, 7: Hopefully you have some words of wisdom to share to help all of us out. For anyone who is still unable to resolve this problem: You have to pick the slowest burn speed available.

My laptop is a Toshiba Satellite AS The wide range arm errors was described as “lens decalibration” to “IDE port failure” etc etc Our effort to find a solution is stoic and nerve consuming.

I also agree the Toshiba should do something about this problem.