Tell us about your experience with our site. I agree with what McGuire has to say as I am experiencing similar issues when I upgraded my desktop from Windows Xp to 7. Some other posts with your similar issue used this to correct it: Not 20 minutes ago I was attempting to re-install software from my computer to find my Asus drive go unresponsive during installation, just as had happened before to my Pioneer drive. Please do something about it! I have lots of data that needs to be transferred, and the only option I have is to use DVDs.
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In reply to McGuire’s post on March 26, Remove and reinstall the existing drivers.
Pioneer DVR-216D 20x DVD±RW DL SATA Drive (Beige)
In reply to Azeez N’s post on March 18, After executing the setup for the game, the system stayed unresponsive for 15 minutes before the install wizard popped up. BrianC Replied on May 25, How satisfied are you with this response?
Sorry this didn’t help. I have the same question 7. Thank you in advance! McGuire Created on March 17, Waiting will appease this, but any time Windows is trying to read a disc: Tell us about your experience with our site.
Hi McGuire, Please see the following article with some troubleshooting steps to fix your issue: I will admit I haven’t tried swapping out drives and installing the software mentioned above, but the fact vvd it is a writing speed utility does not address the fact that my drive is simply not reading. Did fw solve your problem? Azeez N Replied on March 18, Additionally, Pioneer has no additional support for the D, which I also checked before posting here.
Pioneer DVD SuperMulti/Dual “DVR/DVRD/DVR/DVRD” Burn Quality Test.
I bought a separate drive an Asus 24B1ST and the same problem is occurring: A restart followed by immediate activation of the drive in some way seems to at least let it respond long enough to install something. McGuire Replied on March 21, McGuire Replied on April 4, I have tried this my apologies for leaving that fact out before and it does not solve the problem.
I’m using the most recent firmware for the drive, I edited the registry the “UpperFilters” fixand attempted to edit the power configurations through the command prompt this had no effect, the command prompt responded that there was no power configuration that matched the configurations.
pipneer The install would not complete, as when the file copying step was reached, the system simply stayed on that screen before canceling. 216 other posts with your similar issue used this to correct it:. Please do something about it! To do this, follow these steps: Part of the issue I’m having now is that dvdd is obviously not something that only happens with Pioneer’s hardware, as the same issue occurs with the new Asus drive that I installed.
I know I’m not the only one experiencing this, and I feel like there may be a deeper issue that could have to do with the driver Windows 7 uses for disc drives. In reply to McGuire’s post on May 15, This site in other languages x. Given all of the posts I’ve looked through involving this issue, I feel like it must be some sort of Windows 7 driver-related issue.
You dfr follow the question or vote as helpful, but you cannot reply to this thread. I tried switching out the SATA cable and plugging it into a different slot, and then it worked for any disc that I put in.
You may also check with pioneer: However, after shutting the computer down, returning later, and attempting to install something else, the drive was again incredibly slow and unresponsive.