From: Kevin on 01/27/2001
I'm not exactly sure what the problem would be that would casue it, but one suggestion would be to remove the burner from your computer and try to reboot. It may let you into safe mode that way; at least then you might be able to trobuleshoot it.
Something could have been corrupted or it oculd have just been an incompatibility issue.
: Recently I installed an internal IDE LG CD-ReWritable Recorder on a machine running Win NT Server. The installation went off without a hitch and I booted up the machine as usual. Next I went to the “Add New Hard-ware” wizard and the burner was recognized. After, I was prompted to restart the machine, which I did. Only now the machine freezes at the very beginning of the windows boot process.
: I tried every safe mode possible, but none of them would work. I also tried booting from a floppy, which would produce a message saying there were no hard drives present.
: The only thing I didn’t do was install the drivers that came with the burner. Could this be the cause of my problems?
: Any HELP or suggestions would be greatly appreciated.