That depends on your laptop. Do you already have an account? Same issue with the same optical drive but for a Compaq presario. Jephree, Thanks for the suggestions. Then shut down again and go back and connect the Master by itself and boot again. At this point I don’t know what else to do. If XP detects it and loads the drivers then shutdown again and try the slave as well.

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I tried to troubleshoot through Windows with no luck uninstall driver etc.

Dell has a troubleshooting Wizard here: I also downloaded the file to upgrade firmware sfdnwin. Techie7 – Free Technical Help. The nda is a good solid drive that will work well in your laptop. My burner does not want to burn blanks nor read newly burnt discs anymore.

CD and DVD-ROM problem; drivers corrupted or missing (Code 39) | Techie7 – Free Technical Help

Do you already have an account? Jephree, Thanks for the suggestions. At this point I don’t know what else to do. The recovery disks for your laptop have audio and video drivers that are for your models system, maybe that is what he was talking about.


See here for details. Yes, my password is: Thanks for taking the time John. No, create an account now. If you need more specific information about my system please let me know.

At the risk of sounding doubtful, the guy at the computer store said I would have issues which made sense to me since the recovery discs contain drivers for the entire laptop. Boo on Dell and Samsung too. Thank you, I was getting SOOO frustrated and my husband thought the kids broke the drives by playing too many games. Well all I have to say is the guy at the store does not know what he is talking about.

That depends on your laptop.

F3053 Dell Optical Disc Drive CD 48x IDE HLDS HH INT 01

I get the message “no driver found”. PJJul 14, If you search in DELL by this drives: I assume any part I get must be compatible for when I use the recovery discs. Also another check if the above fails is to verify that the BIOS detects these drives.

When searching for a solution I found this conversation on the forum: No, any slim line IDE drive will work, I just giving you an opinion of what I think is a good solid drive. Drivers are not needed, as all drives use the same protocol. I tried them but, unfortuanately, no luck. BIOS version A10 secondary drive 0 not found secondary cdd-rom 1 not found srike F1 key to continue strike F2 to set up utility I tried both with no luck I also reattached one then the other; under hardware devices the drive shows in the list but it still shows a problem with the drive yellow exclamation.


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CD and DVD-ROM problem; drivers corrupted or missing (Code 39)

It simply says I have the most up-to date driver. When I ran “Sfdnwin. I first disconnected gcr–8483b IDE cable from both drives and rebooted.