Cant find DVD player driver

  triflesterms 09 Jun 12
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Hi

There seems to be problem with the registry file for the driver, i've tried uninstalling the driver and letting windows search for a new driver.

though it just says there was a problem installing & it just dont install, i get the following mesaage.Hardware and Devices Publisher details

Issues found CD-ROM Drive has a driver problemCD-ROM Drive has a driver problem There is a problem with the driver for CD-ROM Drive. The driver needs to be reinstalled. Not fixed
Reinstall device driver Completed

Hardware changes might not have been detectedHardware changes might not have been detected Detected
Scan for recent hardware changes Completed

Potential issues that were checked Windows Update configured to never install driversWindows Update configured to never install drivers Driver updates aren't automatically installed when detected by Windows Update. Issue not present

Issues found Detection details

5 CD-ROM Drive has a driver problem Not fixed

There is a problem with the driver for CD-ROM Drive. The driver needs to be reinstalled. Device information Name: CD-ROM Drive ID: IDE\CDROMTSSTCORPCDDVDWTS-L633C____TF20__\4&23227294&0&0.1.0 Error code: 19

Reinstall device driver Completed

There is a problem with the driver for CD-ROM Drive. Reinstalling the driver might fix this problem.

I've tried the toshiba site but the only dvd driver available is for the 32bit version, i have a good through the download section & the rest of the site and i just keep hitting brick walls.

I'm using windows 7 64bit

My laptop is a Toshiba notebook satellite c660-180c

Please help

Cheers Steve

  Fruit Bat /\0/\ 09 Jun 12

W7 will not let you install an unsigned driver

There is an option to allow unsigned drivers to be installed.

This is in the last tab page under advanced settings for your current Windows 7 64-bit boot option.

then Use device manager to install the driver.

  triflesterms 09 Jun 12

Thanks for replying, please can you tell me how i can navigate to Windows 7 64-bit boot option.

Cheers Steve

  Fruit Bat /\0/\ 09 Jun 12

See here N0.3

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