Originally posted by Ssseth
[B]- Try uninstalling Nero and using Nero Clean tools to remove all traces. Then reinstall.
Is DMA enabled? Try the drive on a different IDE chain (seondary master preferably, if it is secondary master now, try primary slave).
If you have a program on your PC called Intel Application Accelerator uninstall it
Ensure that the jumpers are set correctly and not using cable select.
Try a different (80 wire) IDE cable.
Try Microsoft default IDE drivers.
As already asked, have you tried more then one CD? All with the same result? Is the problem only with CD-RW/CD-R/Factory CD's, or with all of them?
If you have Windows XP have you tried using a System Restore Point to go back to a point before the problems started happening.
(Start> All programs> Accessories> System Tools> System Restore)
If you use ASPI is the layer working properly and what version are you using?
Use aspichk.exe to check your ASPI layer.
Should look something like this. If it doesn't use ForceASPI to fix the ASPI layer.
Whew... try all of the above and report back with what worked or if none worked.
Be very detailed an please answer all of my questions this time if none of the above worked. [/B]
What makes things weird is that burning does worked back 2 months ago. Maybe I installed something that's preventing this from working correctly. I tried system restore and it still didn't work. I checked my ASPI and it's working. It says I'm using version 4.60. I am wrong about the fact that it's only my CDRW not working. I tried popping in my TY 48x CDR's and it still won't recognize it. Windows Explorer displays it as CD-drive and when I click on it, I get an error message: "E:\ is not accessible. Incorrect function." I already uninstalled nero and used the clean tool and still no success. Anymore ideas man? Thx
*Edit: Btw I made a mistake about the clean tools...I tried using it, but nothing happens. This is what's stated in my log: "Could not open key :
Could not open key :