LG HT-DT-ST GWA4166B DRIVER
Or you can use the 1. I read about BartPE before, but forgot all about it. This will very nicely test if it is a software or hardware problem. Take one of your -R Verbatims because those are the only really decent quality media of the three and find a friend with a broadband internet connection and a DVD writer. I Just joined because I am pretty much experiencing the same situation. HP offers a firmware upgrade:
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Firmwares are available here: If i try to burn anything It gives me the burn error that many have been experiencing and I do not know why.
HP offers a firmware upgrade: Mon Aug 23, 8: I wish I could just unplug it and send it in for them to take a look at, but they say no. Hey All, I Just joined because I am pretty much experiencing the same situation.
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Not sure what to do but just buy a new one on my own or deal with the problems I am having. Upgrading is what started my dilima to begin with.
Need I mention that it Just Works! I just want my drive to work good as new so I can burn music and stuff. And perhaps the requirements for a guarantee repair are outrageous, like “wipe the disk and restore the OS from media before sending the machine in”.
View unanswered posts View posts from last 24 hours. Mon Aug 23, 5: I read about BartPE before, but forgot all about it.
I have to back everything up, restore, and put everything back on this computer… ht-dt-sf prove its broken. If it cannot, then there is no question, the drive is screwy. This will very nicely test if it is a software or hardware problem.
Plus some gaw4166b of the DVD burners may even have actually worked Now that I have update it, it seems to be able to read any non retail disc of any kind, given I havent tried any other discs but this weird brand my room mate gave me.
Could just be a bad burner.
If it does work, it makes everything even more confusing. Take one of your -R Verbatims because those are the only really decent quality media of the three and find a friend with a broadband internet connection and a DVD writer.
Use your warranty coverage and send it in. My computer specs are: And I can’t find one single success story.
Get ready to be confused. A mix of the 3 brands… none of which recognize. I am beginning to think that this piece of hardware has never ever lived up to its specifications.
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For desktop machines that are used ht-dt-et workplaces it may indeed be that very few employees bother about DVD burning capability. Another thing to try, turn your GWAB into a GSAB, but beware there may be difficulties if you want to change it back didn’t bother reading the entire thread to see if more was mentioned about this And I don’t understand how a manufacturer like HP has got away with it.
If it does, it obviously means the drive itself is capable of recognising DVD-R discs. Hosting by Gossamer Threads Inc. What exactly does this entail and what will this do?
Sorry Karan, I started the 2nd thread about what happens when you uninstall a device… but it ended up turning into the same topic too. All times are GMT.