I use a DVD-RAM a lot for storing temporary info. It's great because it acts like a hard drive. I'm on XP SP2. Frequently the computer will suddenly restart, and it's always when I'm either transferring files or accessing files on the DVD-RAM. I get the error message BC Code: 1000000/1 BCP1:00000000 BCP2:00000002 BCP3:00000001 BCP4:B2DCB86F OS Ver:5.1.2600 SP:2.0 Product:768.1 Can anybody help on this one.
Message to Scrivers. I am interested to see that you use DVD RAM a lot. I am also on Windows XP, SP2, but although I have a Drive which is supposed to be able to handle DVD RAM, I just can't find a way to get it to work. I would be grateful if you coud advise mw how you have achieved the ability to use it please>
onchman2, I didn't need to do anything, not even install a driver. I simply fitted the internal drive and Windows picked up the necessary driver. I also have an external DVD drive which is capable of using DVD-RAM. Same thing, I plugged in the USB connection and it worked out of the box. Are you sure that your drive is DVD-RAM capable
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