Please be thoughtful, detailed and courteous, and adhere to our posting rules. I followed the instructions, and “Hey Presto! Related Question Installation driver? If you don’t want to bother flashing the drive, you should try putting your laptop on standby then starting up again – the drive should now be working although you won’t be able to see it in the device manager! Thanks alot for the pin solution. They couldn’t turn up anything, but wanted to refer me to a service center. Ask a Question Usually answered in minutes!
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I then removed the drive from the laptop and still get the same error, which seems strange. It’s worth a thousand words. I tried the Packard Bell drive in the Tosh, and it acted the same as the original, and the same with no drive in at all Looking dq the connector, I saw that I had slightly bent pin 47, but I pushed it up as far as I could and inserted the bridge with no problem.
I flashed the drive and got the dreaded IDE 1 error.
Thanks for the tips, Paul. Anyone have a driver After the next 20 minutes while Windows loaded all my USB hubbed peripherals drivers and autostart spam from yahoo, aol, msn, and other, I put in a DVD to burn. I swapped the drive with my old one to get around the IDE error on boot up.
I need the firmware so that I can change option from master to slave. Be sure to reboot your system after installation. Is the IDE1′ Error limited to just the drive? Thanks alot for the pin solution. I wonder why if someone has it they wont give all of us a break and post it – even if they want to charge a small fee for it. Please assign your manual to a product: Any ideas of what could be going on?
I don’t really want to waste time trying to flash or solder my DVD-rom if it’s an issue with my laptop. Well – it’s worth a shot – annoying though.
Thank you lsd081 the thread participants! Hi everyone, Is there any special procedure to follow when opening a toshiba satellite S I snipped a narrow band of kitchen tin foil mmand using normal tweezers and the flatheaded screwdriver I was able to slide the foil under the protruding pins at the back of the connector, bending the tin foil as tightly as I could around the pins. What brand does get the rw problems?
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I’ve checked for BIOS upgrades and there aren’t any. Pressed the de button and saw an absent dreaded message. This old laptop can even burn at a steady 6x with DVD-R!
One is for the regular cable select the other for the inverse. You better re-install or repair your operating system.
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You may need to do the search, because they have world wide servers and OS specific links. I kept at it, and halted the red bull, and eventually I got a 1 inch piece of tinfoil that was as wide as the two pins.
Only issue remaining is when I do a cold startup i. Lately during the filling cycle water hammer is occurring. If you don’t want to bother flashing the drive, you should try putting your laptop on standby then starting up again – the drive should now be working although you won’t be able to see it in usd081 device manager!
I’ve tried updating the BIOS through windows wouldn’t let me as I am uptodateperhaps I’ll try and do it through boot up and hopefully it will re-flash it. When removing the drive, you may have broken a bridge between the 45 an 47 pins? Posted on Jan 02,