Needs new software... I dont know where to get it can anyone help me?? Its an NEC DVD_RW ND-3500AG
It didnt work after i used nero, so i got it off my comp, but it stil doesnt work.. A little help, plz..
Thanks in advance
ummmmm... i dont understand what your asking for....
Yea forgot to ask... I need new software for it
uh-huh... ok for copying? Try cdex... many people on here use it...
also your NEC is not a cd player, it's a DVD burner
it sort of sounded like you were asking for firmware. if that's the case then check the NEC site or Liggy and Dee's modded firmware
Ill make it a good question this time..
My cd plyer doesnt play anything. I tried to install it again but it says the software isnt good. So im looking for new software. I only need it to play cds and dvds and stuff not to burn.
Does anyone know where i can get the software?
The problem could lie with windows XP. If you have changed regions for cd/dvd reader more than 4 times( I think its 4) then you will no longer be able to use that reader even if you take it out of your pc and install into a seperate pc.To check this right click properties on My computer, then click on properties of your cd or dvd drive and click on regins. It will then tell you if you have exhausted the amount of times region has been changed.
... if thats the case he could just flash it with liggy and dee's firmware...
Sounds like an ide driver issue. Install it again by using Devicemanager.If you get a problem/error, post that exact info here.
No the problem is, the computer doesnt even notice it. Unless i scan for hardware. Then i go to the 'problem solver'' and do what is there. At one point, that thing says i need new drivers for the cd player... and thats what i need i think
Then start by checking the hardware........
chef is quite right.Go to system properties/hardware/device manager and see if your optical drive is listed in there.Assuming that the drive is set as master on the secondary IDE channel.A quick way for the system to recognise it is if you go to the IDE channel for the DVD and delete them, when you reboot XP will reinstall the default versions and should detect the DVD drive automatically.