How to troubleshoot Windows XP-based computer can not read CD or DVD problems? – 1

Apr 01st, 2010 by dvdxplayer 2,205 views |Comments Off

Problem description (DVD player software)

You may receive an error message similar to one of the following when try to open a file or program on your CD or DVD:

Error message 1
Application name is not a valid win32 application.
Error message 2
A device attached to the system is not functioning.
Error message 3
A required file kernl32.dll was not found.
Error message 4
Not enough memory to run this application.
Error Message 5 (Clone DVD for Mobile)
Cannot find the file (s) needed to start this application.
Error message 6
Error Reading From File [Installer Error 1305]
Error message 7
Unable to find Setup.exe
Error message 8
Error message 9
Unable to read drive drive letter
error messages 10 (DVD copy software)
Insufficient Memory
error message 11
Analog copy protection violation: Windows cannot play this copy-protected disc because it cannot verify that the video outputs on your DVD and / or VGA cards support copy protection
error message 12
While setting up DVD-Video playback, it was found that * Video cannot be shown on the computer monitor because of one of the following reasons:
A) Low video memory.Please try using lower display resolution and/or colors.
B) Another application is currently using the necessary display resources.Please ensure that no such application is running.
C) The display adapter is incompatible with the DVD decoder.Please try to obtain a display driver update.
Do you want to continue?
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Note: In these error messages, application name is the address wrong name of the application. drive letter is the CD drive or DVD drive drive letter. In addition, there may be one or more of the following symptoms:
* CD label does not appear in Windows Explorer;
* CD-ROM content does not appear in Windows Explorer;
* Insert the disc in the drive or try to read the disc, the computer stops responding;
* You can not eject the disc from the drive;
* Computer need a long time to read the disc.


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