Re: Wanted: Windows Vista Driver for TSSTCorp L-632D DVD/RW
> This may apply:
> On Tue, 8 May 2007 21:51:02 -0700, Lost In CyberSpace
> <LostInCyberSpace@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote:
> Thanks everyone for all your suggestions, and "eamon", what you say can't be true, because by following a simple direction I fixed the problem. In one of the responses I read, there was a link to a registry edit, to remove upperfilters and lowerfilters (the advice from the thread included that if the upperfilters weren't present to try another method). I thought, while I am here, just save the key as instructed and try removing just the lowerfilters. I did that and restarted, and now I can play cd's and dvd's using the Windows Media Centre included in Vista. I have a burning suite and have yet to try burning a cd or dvd, although I don't see there should be a problem, the Device Manager shows the driver as being CD/DVDRW.
So thanks again!
Lost In Cyberspace.
> >After Installing Windows Vista Home the DVD/RW, a TSSTCorp L-632D Serial ATA
> >DVD/RW no longer works. Vista has decided that it is a CD and won't let it
> >work giving an error message saying that the Driver is corrupted. Can anyone
> >out there help me?
> >I am running Vista on an unsupported HP Notebook, plenty lots of everything
> >needed and will be a marvellous machine once this error is corrected.
> >Any suggestions will be analysed and applied provided they do involve
> >ridiculous or damaging procedures.