I have a toshiba laptop. For the last hour or so, I have researched the problem. Lets try these methods to check if the issue gets resolved. I did the microsoft hardware scan and it couldn't fix it. This might have happened due to device driver conflict in the system.
Press the Windows key + R altogether to launch the Run dialog box Step 2. Your help would be appreciated. The tried playing the cd thorugh windows media player but it didn't show up. I remember when this issue came out on Vista and I had to help thousands of people correct the issue. But it work Perfectly on Windows 7 Laptop, i check another Windows 8 Laptop i found same problem issue.
If all but one or two discs fail, the disc drive is bad or dirty. I also tried to upgrade it but it says its up to date. Maybe it's some dirt on the laser. I tried to copy on another pc, its all the same. You can use a good recovery software like stellar info or recover my files.
Hello, The first thing I would suggest you is that you check in device management and device manager. Expand Control and again expand Class. Check that power is indeed going to the drive. It said it was a code 19 problem but I've come to a point where I don't know what to do. If not please follow this steps: 1.
Right-click on the Start button and select Command Prompt admin Step 2. For additional information on Device Manager, see our page. If it is, then chances are great that something is wrong inside the drive. As a last resort reinstalling Windows is practically guaranteed to clear the problem. In Windows Vista and later, click on the Device Manager link on the left side of the System window. It shows up in device manager but when i try to access it, windows says that drive is corrupted or unreadable.
Otherwise I can't really add any more to the advice already given. Use one that comes with a small container of cleaning fluid. Yesterday, before it stopped showing up completely on my computer it said cyclic redundancy check error. I feel like I have been dooped buying this computer with windows 8 on it. I have really important data on it that i dont want to lose. What i do, Check Screenshot of My Laptop Hard Disk Access Problem: When I connect my hard disk to the usb port, it does not show any drive letter and I cannot access my files.
I am using windows 8. Instructions here: Well, I accept it was a bit hopeful. I tried other ways but nothing would happen. When i try to copy files on Hard disk everything is normall, but when i try to get them back, they will not be copied. Under Performance by File System, verify it says '32-bit'.
Thread starter Similar threads Forum Replies Date 3 Sep 21, 2018 5 Jun 11, 2018 3 Apr 6, 2018 4 Sep 13, 2017 10 Apr 27, 2017 6 Jul 7, 2016 2 Dec 3, 2015 G 8 Nov 14, 2015 7 Nov 6, 2015 1 Jul 6, 2015 18 May 5, 2015 2 Nov 1, 2013 2 Aug 29, 2013 1 Feb 10, 2012 1 Jan 29, 2012 4 Jun 8, 2011 8 Dec 24, 2010 1 Sep 29, 2010 G 1 Aug 10, 2010 G 2 Apr 12, 2010. Do the following steps: Step 1. Really want her to use these methods, but she thinks that Toshiba will help with the problem. I have a lot of pictures and other stuff inside the disk that I need to use for my project. Also, make sure that your windows installation is updated.