Please try the request again. Chris B 0 LVL 30 Overall: Level 30 Windows XP 5 Message Expert Comment by:Gareth Gudger2004-05-28 Comment Utility Permalink(# a11181889) You would have to contact the manufacturer of either the WHAT I'VE TRIED: I ran Microsoft "FixIt" but I'm still having the same problem. That's when I got the message "Windows can't read the disc in Drive E:\" This happened on both drives. useful reference
I was planning on buying a sweet 12 inch laptop this summer, and I'm seriously thinking about making it a Mac instead. Audio cds play fine but any data discs such as backups, games or software discs result in the same message if browsed in explorer:- Windows cannot read from this disk. Join & Ask a Question Need Help in Real-Time? I'm using Windows XP, have spent about 5 hours trying to fix it.
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I'm not employed by Disc Soft and my views do not necessarily reflect the ones of the company. A complete format and reinstall is necessary to remove the conflicting drivers. Reply With Quote 05.04.2015,17:27 #10 arkangel New User Join Date 20.10.2013 Posts 2 This issue is recurrent . I ran Everest and have attached a copy of the full report so you can see what goodies I have inside this thing.
I've changed discs and ran a system restore to no avail. Is your problem reproducible for all images or for exact one? All this started when I added my dvd-rom awhile back, hasnt worked correctly since. Windows Cannot Access This Disc Windows 10 MenuExperts Exchange Browse BackBrowse Topics Open Questions Open Projects Solutions Members Articles Videos Courses Contribute Products BackProducts Gigs Live Courses Vendor Services Groups Careers Store Headlines Website Testing Ask a Question
The disk might be corrupted, or it could be using a format that is not compatible with Windows. The Disc Might Be Corrupt Daemon Tools Yet the Windows XP has had 3 things wrong with it (MAJOR THINGS) > since > the start of this year. February 19th, 2005,21:45 PM #7 Curio View Profile View Forum Posts Triple Platinum Member Join Date Nov 2004 Location London Posts 899 I have actually seen this problem before and I That's strange, of course.
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The solution is: A complete format and reinstall of windows. It seems only cd-roms like XP Home etc cannot be read.Also on start up the warning "Ultra dema-5 capable but disabled" is shown. Windows Cannot Access This Disc Daemon Tools that sounds like it might be true to this cause i went to compaq help and typed in my model puter and it listed the updates and firmware for a drive The Disc Might Be Corrupt. Make Sure That The Disc Uses A Format That Windows Recognizes So, I ran Microsoft "Fix it" as described below, let it automatically fix any problems, and now I get the above msg (that the disc is corrupted or not compatible).
Reply With Quote 07.08.2013,20:30 #5 Terramex Customer Join Date 06.09.2004 Posts 2,558 Can the ISO(s) be extracted with WinRAR (or the like) ? see here Right now it's in a repair shop, they are having a look at it. Just click the sign up button to choose a username and then you can ask your own questions on the forum. NOPE, that ain't either, it did the same thing, once I > ejected > the cd and placed it again (same one), not readable. > > I've also uninstalled and re-installed Windows Cannot Access Disk Virtual Clone Drive
The PC manufacturer is me. I was planning on buying a sweet 12 inch laptop > this > summer, and I'm seriously thinking about making it a Mac instead. > > I really don't want to Join Now For immediate help use Live now! this page I can burn with a burning program.
Ferguson (NOT an MS-MVP) > >> marfers notes for windows xp > >> http://www.geocities.com/marfer_mvp/chatNotes.htm > >> .. > >> "Hovel" <> wrote in message > >> news:... > >> > Just Other images are working fine ? Good luck, give it a bit of time for the experts here to do some research --- 0wN3D by 3gG --- May 11th, 2006,01:08 AM #15 mentalmoron View Profile View Forum
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Attached Files: Everest Report - All Pages.txt File size: 233.6 KB Views: 2 Coco Beans, Sep 14, 2011 #1 sach2 Major Geek Extraordinaire I've only looked at a few links so What is the make, model and serial of your burner. Spyware Removal Tips | Read the Forum Rules February 12th, 2005,05:16 AM #3 joshsiao View Profile View Forum Posts Visit Homepage Silver Member Join Date Jun 2003 Location Singapore Posts 357 I'm really starting to rethink the way I > use > my PC, I think I will use it more for personal entertainment such as > downloads, surfing, games, and use
The disk might be corrupted... - [FIXED] If this is your first visit, be sure to check out the FAQ by clicking the link above. It does not take >> any CD at all. I have a desktop and a laptop, both use daemon tools and both eventually will get the "Windows cannot access this disk" message. Coco Beans Private E-2 I am using a Dell Inspiron 5160, running Windows XP with service pack 3.
Check this site out for your model. Ferguson (NOT an MS-MVP) > marfers notes for windows xp > http://www.geocities.com/marfer_mvp/chatNotes.htm > .. > "Hovel" <> wrote in message > news:... > > Just wondered if anyone has seen this Or uninstalling. I ran the "FixIt" utility again for funsies and I was able to play a music cd (from manufacturer, not burned).
I have re-installed drivers, been through google but nothing I could find or do made a difference. One thing I noticed in the previous case was that the DVD rom drive was picked up by XP as something other than the actual make/model, perhaps it is a driver All works fine now. "Mark L. Don't worry!
The disk might be corrupted, or it >> > could >> > be using a format that is not compatible with Windows. >> > >> > I have re-installed drivers, been CNET's LG V20 Giveaway We are giving away two units of the new premium phone from LG that comes with Android Nougat and two rear cameras.