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hi
i have a sony burner when i install it with the cd reboot the system to completed installion it show me a blue screen saying hardware installion failure if u see these screen again follow these step .....
go in safe mode to fix the problem ....... turn off hardware or unplug hardware...... is there a way i can install my burner without any problem?
i have windows xp pro.

thanks

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Last Post by caperjack
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My suggest is uninstall it ,in device manager.By going to
ControlPanel > System > Hardware tab >Device manager
> DvD / Cd-rom drive it will show your sony Cd-rw drive,
then uninstall it. then reboot your system.Your system will automatically look for apropriate driver for you Cd-rw
also check you cable if is properly connected.

LEX,

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there shouldnt be a driver for a burner, burners 99% of the time just "work" you need software to burn however

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yes when i install the software the blue screen will come up again can i just use nero to burn without installing the burner cd software?

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yea you should be able to just use nero to burn stuff. the software that came bundled with your burner might be the problem.

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thanks alot i guess the software is not made for windows xp

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I see ,yeah the problem might be in software.Try using
nero ultra edition. nero 5x is incompatible with windows XP ,coz i try it before.

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I been using xp for close to 2 yrs now and have always used Nero ,from 5.5 to ultra 6 with out any problems .

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have you ever tried installing IMAGE DRIVE at
NERO 5x on WINDOWS XP Pro. Its unstable, but in
other windows it works fine.

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have you ever tried installing IMAGE DRIVE at
NERO 5x on WINDOWS XP Pro. Its unstable, but in
other windows it works fine.

No I havn't ,i use the image drive of Alcohol120% burning software .

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