Registry fix windows does not recognize blank dvd Tags: DVD Registry Windows XP Last response: January 30, 2010 10:16 AM in Windows XP Share longlegsntx January 30, 2010 5:52:53 AM Hello this is driving me soooo crazy windows xp does not recognize an blank dvd it will play dvds play and burn c.d.s . I have tried everything to try to fix this but I'm about to give up ! HELP I think its a registry issue. More about : registry fix windows recognize blank dvd Anonymous January 30, 2010 10:16:53 AM If you trying to burn a DVD with the Windows CD burning wizard, it's not gonna happen. You can only burn CDs. m 0 l Can't find your answer ? Ask ! Publish Related resources My drive can read DVD\'s but does not recognize blank ones Forum My drive can read DVD\'s but does not recognize blank ones Forum DVD/D Writer does not recognize blank CD Forum My drive can read DVD's but does not recognize blank ones Forum XP does not recognize blank dvd Forum My computer does not recognize me as the administrator how do i fix on my window Forum My computer does not recognize me as the administrator how do i fix on my window Forum Solved(Newb) DVD Drive won't recognize blank CDs Forum My computer does not recognize me as the administrator how do i fix on my window Forum Windows 7 does not recognize removable dvd drive Forum Windows MCE 2005 does not recognize DVD drive Forum Windows XP Does Not Recognize a DVD-RW Disc Forum Windows XP Does Not Recognize a DVD-RW Disc Forum SolvedHow to fix registry windows 8.1 Forum Dropped my harddrive it powers on, is spinning, no clicking sounds, but windows does not recognize it? Can it be fixed? Forum h100i windows 8.1 ... all ready tryed registry number change fix Forum [Solved] DVD drive will not recognize blank DVD-R Forum SolvedDvd drive does not recognize any disks put into it Forum SolvedMSI 970A-G43 problems. No boot, doesn't recognize windows cd/dvd Forum Desktop image does not cover the entire screen AND a large area of blank/white space DOES: how can I fix ? Forum More resources Read discussions in other Windows XP categories Configuration Customization Drivers Security Video !