The issues may be initiated by buggy software like InCD or 3rd part software, maybe. My Matsushita did not have any problems recording on TDK x, but if checked some months later, the TDK content could not be played flawlessly. In msconfig or any good burning software will tell you too. I have a Matshita d. The both had high error rates at the ends of discs and experienced playback issues. It reported a read error.
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Also, a firmware cannot ever fix some hardware issues. Of course i found this out after i bout a 50 pack of em.
I have a 1. The first post e. Nevermind that users have tons of data files to backup plus the time to reinstall drivers and tweak the OS to the way a user already had it set up. And I use it daily burning, etc. I did not see any firmware update at the Toshiba Canadian site for the drive although they had one for the notebook.
NEC supports their oem products just as they support their retail products hence i bought from them. I totally agree with Real Guru. Here is the list for their updates: I have vaio with the same dvd drive from matshita ujD and it is blocked in region 2.
I believe you cannot imagine how often I have told users ij flashing a defective drive cannot magically make problems disappear.
I burned it twice because I thought I had made a mistake. It requires the least thinking and the least analysis of the problem at hand. And last but not least, who wants something to achieve must put some self effort into it first, and not hoping for someone else doing this job….
My matshita ujs drive used to burn datastream dvd-r but then stopped. I got a NEC and external case for use with my ThinkPad which only uses Panasonic drives cause they are the only ones who make the super slim drives. No, it does not…. I have had nothing but trouble with my UJs.
Also, although flashing a drive with proven bad hardware will not fix it, flashing a drive with new firmware or even reflashing it with the same matahita firmware may fix problems which appear mattshita be hardware related because NV memory contents can sometimes be corrupted and reflashing will refresh the contents. I am Italian and speak a bad english, but i have the same problem of parivatan I was very angry. For those using older versions of Nero burning ROM software 6.
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Too bad that you have not only missed the point but also came several months too late. I think Real Guru got his message across perfectly. mattshita
Can anybody tell me where to download driver for UJD? So, if you have an Toshiba Laptop with a Matshita drive, you could only get a firmware update from Toshiba, and so on. First, it is not up to you to judge about what I post, I believe.
The matdhita aggravating problem is that it periodically stops recognizing discs. How hard is it to matshitta a laptop dvd drive? The drive had failed a few weeks prior so I went through the trouble of creating a separate partition to which I copied the Windows installation files so I could reinstall the OS.
So, my opinion is that you should try to help yome users that seek help here in this forum first before judging others.
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The issues may be initiated by buggy software like InCD or 3rd part software, maybe. Just google if you like. I do not belive the problem is Matshita, but a problem with Toshiba. Sorry to nag on you, but you should fix some spellings, grammar and really include commas in your post, beause its kinda unreadable as it is.