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Ghost rider not recognised

Discussion in 'Copy DVD to DVDR' started by super404, Jun 13, 2007.

  1. super404

    super404 Member

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    when i put the ghost rider dvd into my drive with any dvd running (or not running) my computer wil not show that i have a disc in my drive can't be reconized by anything on my computer

    i'm there is jsut a simple thing im not doing but can someone please help
     
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    thanks, but i couldnt find anythign there with my same problem
     
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    post at anydvd forum for a answer to ye question..
    as in ye first post ye did state ye were using anydvd,right...
     
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    yes i did state that i was using it but even when im not using anydvd it dosn't make a differerence my compter is jsut not reading the disc at all
     
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    try the movie in another computer...

    does any other movie read in this computer?
     
    Last edited: Jun 14, 2007
  7. super404

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    yep it worked in another computer any idea why it wouldn't read in my computer but will in others?
     
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    I had that same problem once and for me the problem stemmed from having AutoPlay disabled. Try re-enabling it....

    Open My Computer

    Right Click the optical drive your having issues with and select properties.

    Check the AutoPlay box.

    Hit OK reboot (not needed but for safe measures) and see if you drive recognizes the disc.
     
  9. Shardel

    Shardel Guest

    Had the same problem a long time ago. If you have the auto play
    turned on, the disc will bring up a window with playing options.
    Click on take no action. Then it should open in the program of
    your choice. If it is an especially difficult one, when the window
    with the choices comes up, open the movie in your player program
    (ie. Nero Showtime). Let the movie start to play, then exit the
    program. After that the movie should come up in any program you
    chose.
     
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    Uhh, No. It won't take any action hence the reason the option says
    "Take No Action".

    Just reenable autoplay, post back if it helps any. Tell us what happens and we'll try and help.
     
    Last edited: Jun 15, 2007
  11. Shardel

    Shardel Guest

    Sorry I didn't make my post very clear. On my machine when you
    click on Take No Action-the computer has recognized the disc, but
    is not starting it in any program. You then click on the program
    you want to open it with. It usually then opens the disc.
    Works on my computer. Just thought it was worth a try on a different
    computer.
     

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