I actually removed and re-inserted the DVD drive after step 2 but I don’t think that’s needed I tried to update the Firmware software to D I have C , and even running the update software as an admin fails, as the software claims it can’t find the hardware. I know my was Borked by a flash and there was a trick to get it recognized long enough to re-flash. Well when i first installed vista, it said it was the a in the device manager, when i went to dells support website, i put in my laptop inspiron and it came up with the same burner. I have an Dell Inspiron notebook with a NDa dvd-rw. Thursday, March 29, 5: You might also see if Liggy has any way to force a flash.
|Date Added:||22 May 2005|
|File Size:||9.73 Mb|
|Operating Systems:||Windows NT/2000/XP/2003/2003/7/8/10 MacOS 10/X|
|Price:||Free* [*Free Regsitration Required]|
There is additional firmware here but I would only try that as a last resort. I know my was Borked by a flash and there was a trick to get it recognized long enough to re-flash.
Here are the steps that worked for me: Welcome to the forum. You might also see if Vita has any way to force a flash. Edit the Registry according to: Wednesday, March 28, 9: Tuesday, May 22, 5: I should have mentioned that if it is Firmware D causing the problem go to http: Not an IT pro?
Windows Vista Hardware https: It sounds like a bad flash and they may have some additional input. I have an Dell Inspiron notebook with a NDa dvd-rw. Wednesday, April 4, 3: I tried uninstalling it and vista automatically recognized it.
Hope this sorts out you problem. I have run into the exact same problem.
Uninstall the driver for the DVD Drive 3. Open Device Manager 2.
The properties says “Windows cannot initialize the device driver for this hardware. I actually removed and re-inserted the DVD drive vosta step 2 but I don’t think that’s needed I have a Dell as well but I wound up with a even though my download site says Have you checked with Dell?
Resources for IT Professionals.
Dell Tech Support helped me out. Sign in to vote. It appears that the difference between the two firmwares is very small if any as the D made some Dell changes but kept the same strategy number and as you have things working, I would not mess with it.
However, I know that NEC have no firmware updates available on their site, dispite repeated requests, so if you you still wish to install the latest firmware for the NEC a to see if this solves your problem you can either go to: I tried to update the Firmware software to D I have Cand even running the update software as an admin fails, as the software claims it can’t find the hardware. So, I have a fresh copy of Vista Business installed, and it initially recognized my burner and everything was fine.
Remove From My Forums.