DVD Drive Repair

DVD Drive Repair 2.0.3.1100 + Crack Serial

DVD Drive Repair is a useful application that allows you to restore the icon for a CD-ROM or DVD drive that is not recognized by the operating system. You can use this tool on a computer that encountered a hardware problem or a virus attack that prevent it from using the disc drive.

DVD Drive Repair

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When your DVD drive is not recognized by Windows even if it is functional, you might think about reinstalling the operating system or restoring it to a previously functional version. This tool intends to help you avoid taking radical measures that are time consuming.

You only need to run the program, click on the “Repair” button and reboot the computer in order to fix the problem. It is recommended that you update the device firmware to the latest version before attempting to repair the drive.

The program can also reset the Autorun settings to default and protect your system from Autorun viruses by disabling this feature for the removable drives. It does not remove the virus threat but it can help prevent them from infecting the computer by simply plugging in an infected USB storage device.

The interface is very simple and allows you to perform all actions with just a few clicks. You do not have to edit registry keys or go through other complicated settings in order to fix the CD-ROM problem.

On an ending note, we recommend that you use DVD Drive Repair as an alternative to buying a new DVD drive or reinstalling the operating system. It is free and it takes less time to give it a try. The overall operation is quite intuitive and doesn’t pose any problems from start to end.

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hello everybody welcome back jiu-jitsu mm here today I'm coming at you with the quick video today and what I want to talk about is optical drives now in this case I happen to have a dvd-rom slash CD burner and we're running into a problem the problem is when I push the button the tray doesn't come out so I'm going to share with you a simple solution that I like to use to fix that problem so I'm going to plug in a little power here just turn this around and so now you notice when you push the button nothing happens all you hear is the sound nothing's happening right tray is not ejected so let's talk about it okay the first thing that you're going to need to fix this problem is a screwdriver and a paperclip the screwdriver we're going to use the flat tip side first and then eventually we'll use a small Phillips so what we want to do to start the process is take this paperclip and on these drives you see right here there's a small hole what this hole is for is this is kind of like for the lack of a better term it's an emergency door open hole I guess you could call it so what we're going to need to do is we're going to need to insert the paperclip into the hole and push now you notice that that kind of opened up the drive a little bit that gives us access to grab this tray and pull it out okay now you don't have to pull it out too far just a little bit which is set the paperclip aside from here I want to note well let me see you can't really see there these small notches here let me raise my camera just a little bit for you okay so you can see whoops so you can see the small notches that hold this front cover plate in okay what I want to do is again taking the flat side of my screwdriver I'm going to just kind of pry into these little notches here and my plan is to take this front cover plate off just like so nothing too crazy because I need to access the innards of this drive now you might be wondering why do these drives have problems see you notice I got that plate loose the reason these these drives don't want to eject is because there is a band inside of here and over time they might get dusty they might get dirty things of that nature and when that happens it makes it difficult to eject because the little rubber band if you will is losing its traction okay so once you have the front plate loose and the tray open we're going to flip the drive over and on the back generally there's four screws one two three and four we're going to take those four screws out with my Phillips bit I hope I'm not boring you by making you watch me take all these screws out I know some people that make videos and when they have a section where they're doing something like this they speed the video up but we're not going to do that in my case we're just going to show you exactly what I'm doing here okay so I have the four screws out don't lose the screws from here what I want to do is I want to take this drive apart I want to take this metal basically off of Drive okay so kind of wiggle it a little bit see that I was able to separate this metal housing off of the drive now what I've done here is I've exposed the innards of the drive okay now you see this small rubber band right here this is the culprit to our problem this is why you can see that very closely that this is a little bit loose and that's why this drive doesn't want to eject because when this little motor runs it doesn't run this pulley because it's slipping this little belt so what we're going to do is we're going to take that little pulley excuse me that little belt off whoops okay so there's our little belt and what what we're going to need to do is clean this belt in both pulleys so I'll be back with it with a little bit of a q-tip and alcohol maybe a cotton ball too okay so here's my little rubber band if you will I'm going to take a little bit of just isopropyl alcohol put it onto my cotton ball and I'm going to clean this little rubber band again the problem with the drive the reason that the optical drive won't open is because this little band and or the pulleys was dry or dirty so I'm just kind of cleaning this little band I'm running it through see a little bit of dirt on there I'm also going to take a q-tip make a little bit of a mess there I'm going to take the drive I'm going to use the q-tip to clean the pulleys around the motor and also I'm going to turn this pulley just taking the alcohol getting it in the pulley just want everything nice and clean I like using the alcohol because it dries see so I'm just kind of open and closing the tray and that's turning the pool units let that alcohol go in and out so now that everything is dry I'm going to take my little rubber band again and just kind of run it with this q-tip between my thumb and my finger or excuse me between my thumb and the q-tip and I'm just running it through these drives sometimes they'll do this if they've sat for a long time see all that black stuff on my q-tip there it just shows you all the junk I got off this band so hopefully now it'll grab a little bit better than it did before you can also take your q-tip at this point if you notice any dirt inside the optical drive you can just kind of give it a quick cleaning see any kind of excessive dirt or anything just clean it up a little bit you're in here anyway you might as well clean it up a little bit you don't have to do that obviously it has nothing to do with the tray opening it's just extra cleaning since you're in here okay I got another bit of alcohol on here and I'm just going to go over the pulleys one more time very quickly I think we have it now from here I'm going to take this little rubber band now that it's good and clean and I'm going to put it back on these pulleys I must start by putting it on the large pulley and then using my paperclip kind of as a tool I'm gonna it around the small pulley hopefully this will do hopefully this will fix our problem most of the time I found that doing this fixes the problem if it doesn't I'll show you another trick for that okay let's go ahead and put this thing back together and see what happens just going to kind of set everything it needs to be make sure that this magnet up here is nice and free just going to lay this drive over get everything to kind of fit into place there's these little these little studs here I'll point to there's these little studs here I'm touching and there's corresponding holes on here that goes around those studs so you need to make sure all that stuff lines up there we go now let's put the four screws back in whenever you work on this stuff I want to stress that you never force anything or pry hard on anything or things of that nature things will fit in place if you're just patient look at what the problem is you know when you when I first started working on stuff man I'd get frustrated because the screw wouldn't go in or something wouldn't go right and I'd push harder huh I found over the over years that that isn't a good way of doing things okay so now we have the cover on excuse me the metal parts back together we're going to take this front plate we're going to align it back up put it back on it just kind of pops into place everything kind of pops into place let's go ahead and close this obstacle drive optical drive okay so we have the drive put all back together let's go ahead and plug in our power line again let's test this drive and hopefully hopefully it'll work go check that out so that's one way of fixing the optical drive I'll show you another way alcohol and things like that most of the time that works but in the event that that doesn't work here's another option these are just miscellaneous rubber bands okay you have small little rubber bands okay these guys sometimes work also another option is if you have a child you might have like hair ties or something like that basically what you need is something new that's going to be tight you know that's going to be able to to go on that pulley and let that motor turn that gear which will open this tray okay so here's another option okay so you have a drive and it may be maybe we just did all of that mess just you know maybe we just took it apart and did everything and we couldn't get it to to work or maybe that old belt in there is just old and tore up so without taking the drive apart you notice I was able to pull that little belt off where did it go there it is okay so there's the old belt you can replace it with something like one of these little rubber bands now these little rubber bands however they don't last as long but they will work in a pinch so in the event that this belt is bad again you can replace it with these small rubber bands now a lot of times you don't have to take this whole thing apart like I showed in the video to replace these if you can access that large pulley inside you can put them on just with the tray open it's a little harder but it can be done it's not easy I'm not going to sit here and so it's easy because it's not it's you have to line it up and definitely a little bit of a pickle but can be done just have to be patient so I'm going to work on this I'm going to work on putting this little pulley on this little rubber band and I'll be back had a little trouble doing it from the outside so I took this thing apart and I'm doing it from the inside might be because this rubber band is a little smaller than the original but there you go you can see that I've got it on there put this bad boy back together again we'll see how it works I cheated off camera I had my drill going these screws don't have to be tight be careful if you have a plastic piece that you're going into because you're putting a metal screw into a piece of plastic plastic guess which one would would strip first screw or the plastic obviously the plastic so be careful okay here we are we have the small little blue rubber band inside you can see it right there on the pulley let's try that let's close the door turn these sideways let's get some power to it take a look and see if that works see that works good and all that is is just a standard rubber band obviously if you can you want to try to use the original rubber band because they're much stronger but in the event that you can't you can always use something like that so anyway I want to say thank you for watching the video everybody I hope find some good useful information please feel free as always to comment share like thumbs up subscribe and as always everybody I hope you have a beautiful day we'll talk to you next time bye bye

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File Size: 1.7 MB Downloads: 240136
Added: Sep 20th 2018 User rating: 3.8
Supported Operating System: Win XP, Win XP 64 bit, Win Vista, Win Vista 64 bit, Win 7, Win 7 64 bit, Win 8, Win 8 64 bit, Win 10, Win 10 64 bit

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