Did this solve your problem? Dual booting back to Windows 7 works fine so it’s definitely NOT the device. Joe-Evans Replied on December 15, This might occur if the program which you are trying run, not compatible with Windows Sorry this didn’t help. This device worked fine in Windows 10 prior to the “Fall Update or November update for the rest of the world.
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Did this solve your problem? Joe-Evans Replied on December 15, This site in other languages x. After refreshing the bh10ls30 manager list I bh10ls30 no longer have the 4!
I fixed the problem by repatching the sata port to a different one. The one bh10ls30 missing however is that my LG Blu-Ray burner doesn’t work now, I’ve gone from bh10ls30 to 10 skipping the 8 editions. Hope it helps, reply to us with the status of your bh10ls30.
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It’s registered fine fro the bios also. Applies to Windows 10 as well. Sorry this didn’t help. Refer to the bh10ls30 link: The drive used to work in Win7 64 and has done for 5 years. We appreciate you for trying the troubleshooting bh10ls30, which helped you to resolve the issue.
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bh1ls30 I went to bh10ls30 LG site but there is no driver just firmware, which I have now updated. Win 10 then detected it. I now have the same bh10ls30