I was ready to do this until I solved my problem. If you are at your wits end, consider alternatives: Unfortunately computer is just out of warranty. Your name or email address: It worked alright with March of the Penguins.
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MATSHITA UJS resources and drivers
OK, I’ve read the other messages about these drives. This site is completely free — paid for by advertisers and donations. Can you read commercial discs?
Could this be the cause? If this doesn’t work then it looks like a new drive will be needed. Matsshita have a 1. The drive read the disc with no problem! It wont read dvd roms cds cd roms etc. I called Toshiba under my service contract and because the commercial discs could be read they said not a drive problem.
MATSHITA UJS Firmware Download
Many of the posts I have encountered on various technical bulletin sites mentioned problems with the UJS and the Roxio Creator 5 CD program and I think this is where the problem lies. Mtashita, it does not….
MATSHITA DVD-RAM UJ-820S Firmware 1.70 download
So, if you have an Toshiba Laptop with a Matshita drive, you could only get a firmware update from Toshiba, and so on. NEC supports their oem products just as they support their retail products hence i bought from them. Does anyone have information on how to remove these drives from the computer?
I hope my post helps someone else because I have been helped by these forums. I do not belive the problem is Matshita, but a problem with Toshiba.
Same problem here with Toshiba MS, with that same drive in it. Join overother people just like you! Do you already have an account? If you are at your wits end, consider alternatives: We have a Toshiba with the matshita ujs firmware 1. And I use matahita daily burning, etc.
Matshita DVD-RAM UJ-820S Not Reading
I thought maybe it was because I was using cheap CD’s. Finalizing the Session and leaving CD open to add to is not good enough. Hi Robert, Unfortunately, your problem does sound like a hardware problem with uu optical drive.
Yes, my password is: Are you looking for the solution to your computer problem? I would suggest that you tyr removing the device from the Device Manager panel, and then reboot your notebook so that the optical drive will be recognised as a new hardware component and Windows will then re-install it with the standard drivers etc.