If I pull the plug and reinsert it, it will briefly spin up and show the volume info but the disk is otherwise inaccessable. In reply to auggy’s post on November 24, I’m having the same problem. Now boot your computer and let us know if the DVD drive works correctly. Second is an asus H with 2 gb memory and gb hard drive. I have the same drive, and it reads and burns DVDs fine. I’ve used this same drive on two desktops, a nettop, a netbook, a laptop, and a tablet pc, all running XP, and it worked fine.
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Windows 7 says the driver’s fine.
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The drive stops spinning though and I can’t get anything to work. I’m having the same problem. Thanks for marking this as the answer. It may or may not recognize this drive when plugged in, again, it spins and then stalls out.
What about a “generic” driver? I have to pull the usb plug out and w28ss to get it to stop the “spinning blue circle of death”.
After putting the CD in, Windows 7 will not recognize when the disc is taken out. The dvd spins up, the system assigns it a drive letter but it stalls out for at least 3 minutes. What I was thinking of trying: Thank you for posting at Microsoft Answers forum!
Teac DV-W28S-R DVD Writer
I should also note that the links that Rosewill provided me were to sites that had fixes posted for this before Windows 7 was release. Thud The Cat Replied on December 27, Shantanu Kaushik Replied on November 24, I have Daemon Tools lite for win 7 installed. But CDs are another rv.
I read the problem description and it sounds a bit different than etac I am experiencing. Microsoft Most Valuable Professional, blog at: In reply to Shawn – Support Engineer’s post on January 4, Did this solve your problem?
I will try it tonight as well as the clean boot.
Sorry this didn’t s28s. Can you try using a power adapter? The only other thing I could think of is that the USB sockets for some reason aren’t putting out enough juice to power the drive You can follow the question or vote as helpful, but you cannot reply to this thread.
Tezc satisfied are you with this response? When I try to access the disk it stalls out. Thanks for your feedback, it helps us improve the site.
I have the same drive, and it reads and burns DVDs fine. In reply to Thud The Cat’s post on December 27, Shawn – Support Engineer Replied on January 4, I think the original poster and I are having the same problem, with the same hardware. TEAC said g it was a Rosewill problem.
I finally got through to an Acer tech support guy and he suggested I try the following: In reply to auggy’s post on November 24, Insert disk, drive spins up and sometimes shows volume info but disk is inaccessable.