When he told me that the DVD Rom did not spin, he assumed that it was broken. The Administrator Prompt has Administrator: Find More Posts by Anak. Your description of the CMD prompts sounds convoluted. I have purchased another drive, same type and model number, and still have the same problem. Do you notice any in Device Manager? A few weeks ago, I replaced the motherboard on my notebook due to a faulty graphics card.
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There is one other way to see if you have a valid copy of Windows. I will use my management area to show you what we need. Anak Win 7 Home Premium 64bit Ver 6.
Is there any time limit on if you can get your money back? The time now is I can not access the Admin command prompt. The top prompt is a regular prompt it will only say CMD Prompt in the title bar, and the input line starts with C: I have uninstalled and reinstalled the drive as well as trying to update the drivers.
If that does not help try: User Name Remember Me? I had tried installing the GEAR drivers, which has not changed anything.
The seller updated the os from vista dvt windows 7 ultimate. Give it a short time to build a report, and show it. We also provide an extensive Windows 7 tutorial section that covers a wide range of tips and tricks.
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Using the Snipping Toolit is only necessary to show this much. What the hell did I buy???? Yet the drive doesnt open.
I am starting to think that the dvd rom drive is not compatible with windows 7. Win 7 Home Premium 64bit Ver 6. The sides are drag-able so you can enlarge the center section or you could just click on maximize in the upper right corner of the title bar.
Verify results of the operation in device manager.
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Do you have access to another machine? The drive will not open and when I try to eject it from my computer iconit says there is an error in the DVD Drive. It says that all the drivers are up to date. There are no upper or lower filters.
It will just take some time and patience to figure this out. Your description of the CMD prompts sounds convoluted. Welcome to Windows 7 Forums. pioeer
The Administrator Prompt has Administrator: Then at the bottom right corner, does it show a rectangular blue sticker saying “Ask for Genuine Windows software”? I tried that and it still doesnt let me use the drive. All times are GMT And can you check this for me please? Do me a favor please? The reg file in my first post might be a batch file that does what solution 2 does in my second link. I do not have upper and lower filters and for some reason, I only have an F2 when I reboot.