My CDROM goes to sleep



Martin Lambert
07-09-2005, 11:36 PM
Windows Xp Home
Using Nero latest version as InCd too.

When I want to use my cdrom, autorun doesn't run. If I go by my computer
icon and double click on the cd I get an error message that I must insert a
cd.

The only way to have it read is to put the cd in and restart the computer
and then it work.
It's like if the cdrom is going to sleep.

I tried two different LG brand : a regular CDRW and now a DVD writer with
the same results.

I tried to remove the cdrom in the control panel to have windows redetect
it. I uninstalled InCd and even tried the uninstall program for InCd from
Nero web site with no luck.

Any idea ?

Jonybrv
07-09-2005, 11:36 PM
Did you start to experience this issue after InCD installation ?

If yes, inCD will disable autorun feature for the drives so prevent any
conflicts but it should not result in the CDs being unusable. What happens
when you right click the CD drive and select Explore instead on double
clicking it ?

Did you reisntall CD-ROM/DVD drivers from Device Manager in a safe mode ?

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Jonybrv


"Martin Lambert" wrote:

> Windows Xp Home
> Using Nero latest version as InCd too.
>
> When I want to use my cdrom, autorun doesn't run. If I go by my computer
> icon and double click on the cd I get an error message that I must insert a
> cd.
>
> The only way to have it read is to put the cd in and restart the computer
> and then it work.
> It's like if the cdrom is going to sleep.
>
> I tried two different LG brand : a regular CDRW and now a DVD writer with
> the same results.
>
> I tried to remove the cdrom in the control panel to have windows redetect
> it. I uninstalled InCd and even tried the uninstall program for InCd from
> Nero web site with no luck.
>
> Any idea ?
>
>
>

Peter Foldes
07-09-2005, 11:36 PM
Go here and see line 17

http://www.kellys-korner-xp.com/xp_tweaks.htm

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Peter

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> Windows Xp Home
> Using Nero latest version as InCd too.
>
> When I want to use my cdrom, autorun doesn't run. If I go by my computer
> icon and double click on the cd I get an error message that I must insert a
> cd.
>
> The only way to have it read is to put the cd in and restart the computer
> and then it work.
> It's like if the cdrom is going to sleep.
>
> I tried two different LG brand : a regular CDRW and now a DVD writer with
> the same results.
>
> I tried to remove the cdrom in the control panel to have windows redetect
> it. I uninstalled InCd and even tried the uninstall program for InCd from
> Nero web site with no luck.
>
> Any idea ?
>
>

Martin Lambert
07-09-2005, 11:36 PM
"Jonybrv" <Jonybrv@discussions.microsoft.com> a écrit dans le message de
news: 14497C03-E7B7-4DA7-A911-75631277DDCE@microsoft.com...
> Did you start to experience this issue after InCD installation ?
Can't really say that

>
> If yes, inCD will disable autorun feature for the drives so prevent any
> conflicts but it should not result in the CDs being unusable. What happens
> when you right click the CD drive and select Explore instead on double
> clicking it ?
I get the same error message


>
> Did you reisntall CD-ROM/DVD drivers from Device Manager in a safe mode ?
No why ? Is there a difference in safe mode ?

>
> --
> Jonybrv
>
>
> "Martin Lambert" wrote:
>
>> Windows Xp Home
>> Using Nero latest version as InCd too.
>>
>> When I want to use my cdrom, autorun doesn't run. If I go by my computer
>> icon and double click on the cd I get an error message that I must insert
>> a
>> cd.
>>
>> The only way to have it read is to put the cd in and restart the computer
>> and then it work.
>> It's like if the cdrom is going to sleep.
>>
>> I tried two different LG brand : a regular CDRW and now a DVD writer with
>> the same results.
>>
>> I tried to remove the cdrom in the control panel to have windows redetect
>> it. I uninstalled InCd and even tried the uninstall program for InCd from
>> Nero web site with no luck.
>>
>> Any idea ?
>>
>>
>>

T. Waters
07-09-2005, 11:36 PM
Stop, Quintin, stop!

Jonybrv wrote:
> Did you start to experience this issue after InCD installation ?
>
> If yes, inCD will disable autorun feature for the drives so prevent
> any conflicts but it should not result in the CDs being unusable.
> What happens when you right click the CD drive and select Explore
> instead on double clicking it ?
>
> Did you reisntall CD-ROM/DVD drivers from Device Manager in a safe
> mode ?
>
>
>> Windows Xp Home
>> Using Nero latest version as InCd too.
>>
>> When I want to use my cdrom, autorun doesn't run. If I go by my
>> computer icon and double click on the cd I get an error message that
>> I must insert a cd.
>>
>> The only way to have it read is to put the cd in and restart the
>> computer and then it work.
>> It's like if the cdrom is going to sleep.
>>
>> I tried two different LG brand : a regular CDRW and now a DVD writer
>> with the same results.
>>
>> I tried to remove the cdrom in the control panel to have windows
>> redetect it. I uninstalled InCd and even tried the uninstall program
>> for InCd from Nero web site with no luck.
>>
>> Any idea ?


My CDROM goes to sleep