DVD drive sending error message

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Hello,

After copying a movie from my disk I ejected the CD from the DVD ROM. When I started watching the movie a message interrupted me.

"There is no disk in the drive. Please insert a disk into drive H:"

I clicked cancel but it appears again and again. The From temporary solution I keep this bar near the clock icon.

What is the permanent solution? I restarted the laptop several times but the result is the same.

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Answered By 0 points N/A #116781

DVD drive sending error message

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Hi Augustin,

There might be a chance that your copying file is not fully completed or the shortcut is made instead of the complete copy so you must check that out. Or else in the error message you can see that it is a problem of Svc host. There might be some kind of virus which is resisting the running of movie files. First you have to scan your computer and repair your windows.

Did you register your windows while you were installing the window? That’s the basic issue. Sometimes the unregistered windows can't be updated. If your window is registered and it’s still having a problem then check on your security alerts and update alerts from the menu bar on the right side. Then scan it. Do it from safe mode if you can otherwise from the normal mode. 

You should check the driver of your DVD Room and video driver too. Hope this will help you.

Have a nice day.

Answered By 0 points N/A #116782

DVD drive sending error message

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Hi, Augustin,

It may happen if a recording program software installed in your PC. It also happens if your windows version and software version does not match. Please uninstall the old program. Then install Rasy CD Creator 4.x or 3.x.Now notice again. Now, there is no CD problem with your PC.

Thanks.

Answered By 572870 points N/A #310772

DVD drive sending error message

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If you are watching a movie you copied from a disc, check that the video file you copied is complete. That message normally appears when the video is incomplete and the other half is on the other disc.

If the movie you are watching is in two separate discs, copy the video files on both discs into a folder in your local hard drive then to avoid overwriting the second file, rename it. If this doesn’t fix it, another workaround is to grab or convert the disc into an ISO file and then mount it on your computer with a virtual drive.

Download DAEMON Tools Lite and install it. Once installed, start DAEMON Tools Lite then insert your movie disc. Now, grab the disc and create an ISO file. Once the ISO image is created, mount it on the virtual drive created by DAEMON Tools Lite. You may now remove your movie disc from the optical drive and start watching the movie by opening the video from the virtual drive.

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