Re: DVD drive not working properly
"davebez" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote
> Ok, i have included a quote this time, but lets be real its not hard to
> the previous messages in the thread and work out what im talking about. I
> mean, if you want things to be layed out for you and be rediculously
> you would have bought a Mac wouldnt you. Seeing as your on a windows forum
> assume you have some form of intelligence.
> Anyway! problem was fixed using a 80pin ide cable rather than a 40 pin
> cable. So, works a treat. Nothing to do with vista really...... but good
> hasta la vista!
> "Rock" wrote:
>> "davebez" <email@example.com> wrote
>> >I have the same problem... cannot copy files to desktop either... tells
>> > the media has changed error blah blah blah! changed the drive to a LG
>> > GSA-H42N now that wont even read the disks... hangs when browsing.
>> > WHY!?
>> Same problem as what? You have replied to an old message but not quoted
>> of it so your post has no context. Many people use a newsreader to
>> what is actually a Usenet newsgroup, not a chat forum, and only download
>> most recent messages so the other messages in a thread might not be
>> That's why it's standard protocol to quote at least a portion of the
>> to which you reply, and create a new thread for your issue rather than
>> tacking on to an old one, and supply some relevant details. Good luck.
You don't understand. Folks who use a newsreader, and there are many -
anyone knowledgeable in newsgroup use does so - don't have the old posts.
They only download the latest posts. Hence the establishment, a long time
ago, of the standard protocol to quote the post to which you refer. This is
not a chat room or a forum, it's actually an Usenet newsgroup. If it was a
forum where all posts are visible to everyone, then it wouldn't be an issue,
but that is not the case.
The problem here is that you are using the awful web interface to what is
actually a Usenet newsgroup. Do yourself a favor and use a newsreader to
access newsgroups. Vista comes with Windows Mail which is already
configured for this under the Microsoft Communities choice.
On a final note, I'm glad you got your issue solved, and thanks for posting
back what worked for you. Have fun with Vista.
Rock [MS-MVP User/Shell]