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MATSHITA BD-MLT UJ240ES STOPS AND STARTS

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April 10, 2011 3:11:59 AM

Hi all.
I have a Matshita\Panasonic Blu Ray burner model "MATSHITA BD-MLT UJ240ES" in my, Asus G73JH Laptop running Win 7 64 bit, which starts normally and then after a few minutes (2 or 3 minutes) stops. After another few (2 or 3) minutes it starts again and does this repeatedly when viewing DVD\Blu Ray disks.

I tried burning a ISO and it seemed to take ages also stop and starting.

The driver is a generic windows driver CDROM.sys 6.1.760016385 (Win7 RTM.090713-1255) I cannot seem to find a updated driver anywhere on the net including Panasonic's website. Does anyone know how to update the generic windows driver or where to obtain a driver?

Because it works normally except for the stops I'm not so sure it is a hardware issue and there are no entries in the event log relating to the device. Can anyone suggest where I can update the driver and potentially the firmware for this device?

Also it came with a free copy of cyberlink Power DVD ver 9 and AI recovery burner

Thanks.
Greg.

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a c 204 G Storage
April 12, 2011 2:07:21 PM

the driver is the correct driver!try uninstalling it from the device manager and then reboot your computer to install it again!my sister had a sony vaio that did this and the drive was defective!
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April 14, 2011 11:03:20 AM

SR-71 Blackbird said:
the driver is the correct driver!try uninstalling it from the device manager and then reboot your computer to install it again!my sister had a sony vaio that did this and the drive was defective!


Hi! Thanks for the response and the info.. it's helpful to know that the driver is the correct one. Do you know about how to update the firmware by any chance?

I tried uninstalling Powerdvd and installed a freebee DAPlayer and it was able to read some DVD's sucessfully but not others. It is consistant in relation to the DvD's that it prefers so it definitely was the software causing the problem. I don't mind buying good software (I hate buying crapware to find the good) so if you know of something that plays Bluray DvD's across the board please let me know. I appreciate the help.
Thanks again cheers!
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a c 204 G Storage
April 14, 2011 12:40:32 PM

nero multimedia platinum suite the hd version with bluray player or corel windvd pro!power dvd is lame!
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April 25, 2011 8:14:59 AM

Hi again.
Thanks for the responses it really helped with sorting out the situation with the Bluray burner and playing blurays.
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April 25, 2011 8:15:13 AM

Best answer selected by noteorious.
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a c 204 G Storage
April 25, 2011 3:03:49 PM

your welcome!!!!!!
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October 6, 2012 7:52:24 AM

Dude i have the exact same problem with my new Toshiba A665-11Z bluray writer ... same model... did you manage to solve your problem? spotpro@gmail.com Stephen Twine +27835561594



noteorious said:
Hi all.
I have a Matshita\Panasonic Blu Ray burner model "MATSHITA BD-MLT UJ240ES" in my, Asus G73JH Laptop running Win 7 64 bit, which starts normally and then after a few minutes (2 or 3 minutes) stops. After another few (2 or 3) minutes it starts again and does this repeatedly when viewing DVD\Blu Ray disks.

I tried burning a ISO and it seemed to take ages also stop and starting.

The driver is a generic windows driver CDROM.sys 6.1.760016385 (Win7 RTM.090713-1255) I cannot seem to find a updated driver anywhere on the net including Panasonic's website. Does anyone know how to update the generic windows driver or where to obtain a driver?

Because it works normally except for the stops I'm not so sure it is a hardware issue and there are no entries in the event log relating to the device. Can anyone suggest where I can update the driver and potentially the firmware for this device?

Also it came with a free copy of cyberlink Power DVD ver 9 and AI recovery burner

Thanks.
Greg.

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