I’m considering further stripping down the laptop to see if I can ‘salvage’ the power connector, but hope there’a a better solution. Why would a manufacturer do it??? Sorry this didn’t help. That kind of sounds like the button on the drive is getting a bad connection, unless I misunderstood the problem Tech support scams are an industry-wide issue where scammers attempt to trick you into paying for unnecessary technical support services. Thanks for marking this as the answer. Remove that adapter, to expose the “standard” SATA interface.
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Nothing was wrong with the software environment or the rest of the laptop. Save it to the desired location. My computer will not recognize any of my DVDs that I put in the computer.
Message 2 of 8. I’ll bet that there is a press-on “shim” that adapts the “standard” SATA sockets to the requirements of the socket inside your laptop. Message 8 of 8.
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This thread is locked. My computer is clean. I am not a Lenovo employee.
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rvd Auto-suggest helps you quickly narrow down your search results by suggesting possible matches as you type. That kind of sounds like the button on the drive is getting a bad connection, unless I misunderstood the problem I have tried all of the five resolutions on this page: Microsoft Windows 10 bit. I have the same question I have vvd same question.
Here is some of the information from the device instance:. Nirmal S Replied on November 18, In reply to faizalvicky’s rvd on February 28, Particularly the Power cord. Let us work together as a team try to get this issue fixed.
That “shim” seems to be white, while the SATA connectors are always black. Message 1 of 2. Thanks for marking this as the answer. Remove that adapter, to expose the “standard” SATA interface. Message 5 of 8. Thanks for the encouragement, MDKLassen! I have already preformed the troubleshooting procedures in Windows 8 and it does nto fix the problem. If it won’t read anything, it’s quite possible that the drive has developed a hardware fault, while still being shown as yt50n in the laptop.
It seems that you have an issue with the DVD drive not being recognized on Windows 8.