CD Rom Reboots The Computer
It gets confusing when 2 people use 1 topic, for them and for us, also although the problems seem the same chances are they are not.Thanks! All Rights Reserved Tom's Hardware Guide ™ Ad choices How to Boot from CD ROM Click here to run a free scan for system related errors Level of difficulty: Easy Knowing also update your graphic card driver. Jim Chambers November 24, 2012 Facebook Twitter Pinterest Stumbleupon Whatsapp Email Desktop computer runs well until DVD put in drive. this contact form
If the computer can boot from the disc, you are encountering a Windows driver related issue. Insert your Windows XP Home edition CD-ROM now". ........ That was my experience recently. fresh install windows xp2. https://www.cnet.com/forums/discussions/computer-restarts-when-any-cd-is-inserted-198647/
Please try again now or at a later time. Highlight each error, right click and select Properties for more details.Mark Flag Permalink This was helpful (0) Collapse - If it's not software related by john_mcdoogle / August 15, 2006 5:40 IF you decide this one is dead & you have a "retail" (not OEM) copy of OS, then with a call to local MS office, you can get new key code I switched out the power supply.
I replaced for a recent 400W unit and all worked well. All you need to do is: Advertisement Advertisement Reboot your computer. Leaving your Computer with this configuration may not cause further problems unless you intended to leave the disc in the drive at all time. I uninstalled the ide channels and unplugged both disc drives and the second hard drive which is also installed leaving just the main HDD plugged in, restarted windows and allowed it
I have swapped the disc drives with the same result. IF the DVD plays perfectly then you have a driver conflict. Still the same. anchor Cheers.Click to expand...
Dismiss Notice TechSpot Forums Forums Community Ask a Question Today's Posts Inserting CD causes systemreboot Byathyon · 7 replies May 30, 2006 Whenever I insert a CD into any of my What OS are you runnning? Back to top #8 tuonela tuonela Junior TEG Forum Member Members 5 posts Gender:Female Location:Shenandoah Virginia Interests:roller skating
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cleaning the house (yes... uninstall and reinstall the IDE channelsI have taken a break from trying to fix the issue.
When ever I insert a CD or DVD into the drive it makes a type of sound (when plastic paper is inserted into the running processor's fan) and gets restarted. http://www.makeuseof.com/answers/why-does-my-desktop-computer-shut-down-and-restart-when-i-put-a-dvd-in-the-drive/ Windows detected the 2 DVD optical drives and the main HDD but not the second HDD. Jun 2, 2006 #7 camelgrass TS Rookie kirock said: Also it could be faulty RAM or a dieing PSU. All rights reserved.
Restarts stopped?? Does anyone know what may be causing this? I've eliminated virtual drives that may have conflicted, uninstalled all burning software, defragmented, uninstalled the drivers for the CD/DVD roms, removing all but one drive - all with no success in update windows none of these seemed to help.
Any one have an idea Flag Permalink This was helpful (0) Collapse - Computer gets restarted when cd is inserted by timbanna / January 6, 2009 9:41 PM PST In reply Duy Nguyen Minh November 29, 2012 at 8:45 am Check DVD devide. Note: If the disc drive is not opening when you press the eject button, check the power cable on the CD-ROM drive to make sure it is connected securely and properly. Under Performance by File System, verify it says '32-bit'.
The value of 265W is at maximum operation of your PC, like during 3D games. Computer Reboots When Cd Inserted Started by Pianoman , Oct 14 2009 12:26 AM Please log in to reply 18 replies to this topic #1 Pianoman Pianoman TEG Forum Member Members My computer is about 6 years old but the DVD R/W drive is only about 2 years old. 0 Back to top #6 Pianoman Pianoman TEG Forum Member Members 32 posts
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Thanks for all your suggestions Guys and Gals, problem now solved. 0 Back to top #19 Pianoman Pianoman TEG Forum Member Members 32 posts Gender:Male Location:Ulladulla, Australia Posted 16 November 2009 The disk must be bootable CD or DVD such as your Windows installation disk or a diagnostic disk. 2 Reboot your computer. Thank you all for the helpful support. Configuring a computer to boot from the CD ROM drive normally takes 10-20 minutes to properly complete.
This is so frustrating if I had a gun I'd shoot myself, but not before I shot the computer, I'd make sure I took the mongrel with me! 0 Back to thanks a lote:) Leave a comment Reply to this topic Ask a question Member requests are more likely to be responded to. Win XP(sp3) Any help appreciated. Thanks!
Subscribe to Our Newsletter Email: Advertisement © 2017 MakeUseOf. Reboot the computer to reinstall the CD-ROM drive. If the CD-ROM does work from MS-DOS, this indicates that you have a corruption issue with Windows. I then tried again and after about 1 minute it asked what I wanted to do and I again seleted explore and this time it worked and it also allowed me
Try the above recommendations again. Thanks for your help, Martin UPDATE: Sorry, I have found the link now. Would appreciate any help you may have found. This error message does not represent an actual device malfunction.RESOLUTION:To resolve this behavior, wait until the device has restarted.
solved Computer wont boot, keeps restarting at bootup new computer wont boot from cd-rom Computer won't boot into BIOS keeps restarting every few seconds Computer keeps restarting. I have replaced the dvd r/w drive with another cd r/w drive and that drive will not work either and reboots the computer if I try and use it. SHOW ME NOW CNET © CBS Interactive Inc. / All Rights Reserved. Didn't solve.
wikiHow Contributor For most computers, when you turn them on, the boot options are displayed. Why not research that?In your last reply you didn't reveal make, model so this means that you just wanted a push to go do the research and work.-> Let's answer your Situation didn't change so I took it in to the place I bought it. In my BSOD link below, there's a link to Howard's post about memtest and a link to ExtremePSU Calculator.
When you look at the drive in Device Manager does it (or any other device) have a yellow ! Step 4 The computer will automatically run the CD and open file program. Similar Topics Inserting blank CD/DVD Causes BSOD Oct 19, 2007 DVDRW causes System to reboot Jan 18, 2008 XPSP2 Causes system to reboot Oct 19, 2004 Stop: 0x000000D1 when inserting CD Steps Method 1 Booting a PC 1 Insert the disk.
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