Not accessible, incorrect function error

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#1

Alright you guys have helped me before, and I hope you can do the same this time. I have searched the forum about this topic and looked on google, but I haven’t found a solution to it.

I reformatted and reloaded Win2k with SP4 integrated. Anyway, now the OS isn’t able to read from either my Lite-On CDROM or my MSI CD burner. Both drives have their latest firmware and both have DMA enabled in device manager. ASPI is installed, both ForceASPI and Nero ASPI.

The Lite-On is an LTN485S with JLM1 firmware and the MSI is a CR52 with 3.30 firmware. Autorun CD’s are fine, they will read those discs, but my backup of all my files on a 10x TDK CDRW disc won’t read, It comes up either with the error message on the thread title, or it says ‘please insert disc’.

Please help, it’s driving me nuts.


#2

More info: both drives are on the secondary IDE channel, the Lite-On is master, the MSI is slave, the jumpers are set correctly. It’s also not a hardware problem in the drives themselves, because I can boot Windows 98 and they act normally in that OS.

Okay, hope that helps, and you dudes are the masters. :bow:


#3

I have the same liteon cdrom. It worked well untill I update to w2k-sp4. The system sees the drive but will not recognize and CDs. Also, my printers built-in PCMCIA card slot has a code 10 error and my optical mouse now has a code 24 error. Is it better to buy another cheap CDROM and mouse or try to troubleshoot the problem? I can put the printer on another computer on the network. :bow: to anyone with answers.


#4

Bowing down to minos (see message on link below)
http://www.cdrinfo.com/forum/tm.asp?m=71329&mpage=1&key=&#71372

I downloaded the ASPI driver from the link in the message and the CD ROM now works!

As for the PCMCIA card reader on the 785epx epson printer, I need help.