cdrom drive

  pat2068 21:18 22 Nov 03

everytime a try to copy any discs i am told that my cdrom drive has a bad memory block could anyone tell me how to fix this thanks leo

  Jester2K II 21:21 22 Nov 03

Are you copying Games CDs?

  Jester2K II 21:23 22 Nov 03

Are you copying Games CDs?

If so,

1) Its probably the Copy Protection stopping you.

2) This sort of thing is not to be discussed here.

If not,

then can you fully explain what you are copying, how and what spec your PC is??

  pat2068 21:36 22 Nov 03

no my scanner cd i do not play cd games thanks leo

  pat2068 21:39 22 Nov 03

it ia also happening when i try to install ny microsoft works suite that came with my comp win xp and also when i play not copy a music cdthanks leo

  pat2068 22:41 22 Nov 03


  pat2068 00:07 23 Nov 03

can anyone tell me what this memory block is thanks

  BBez 00:12 23 Nov 03

what memory block?, the drive has had it & needs replacing with a new one...

  pat2068 00:22 23 Nov 03

is my cdrom drive need replaced as the comp is just over a year old and still under warranty thanks leo

  pat2068 00:35 23 Nov 03

please will someone tell my if i need a new cdrom drive as i will get it done under the warranty if it does i do not copy ilegal software and never have thanks leo

  Stuartli 08:35 23 Nov 03

Your opening words are: "everytime a (I) try to copy any discs (disks)".....

You use the word "any".

Open Device Manager, highlight your drive and check for any exclamation marks.

Then, with the drive still highlighted, click on Properties.

You can now check that your drive is in order via the three tabs.

Remember the old saying that you can't kid a kid whose kidded thousands.

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