MATSHITA UJ-8505 UBUNTU DRIVER
But the question is more than five years old. Hi, I get the following when running sudo lshw: That is the philosophy now you need to find out the technical details of what is going wrong Linux doesn’t need additional DVD reader drivers. For warranty information about this product, please click here. I installed from a LiveCD and use it all the time in Vista dual boot. I know this DVD drive is not without problems but it was working under my previous Windows installation, so I guess there must be a way to get it to work under UM
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Matshita DVD RAM UJ-850S ATA [Closed]
Don’t see what you’re looking for? See full activity log. Loading recommendations for this item Sad to see that a two-year old solution stills solves a problem. See All Buying Options. Does the disc spin at all? I have taken the following steps to try to fix ubbuntu Do a “sudo lshw” and look if there is a “cdrom” section. Would you like to tell us about a lower price?
There was a problem filtering reviews right now. That is the philosophy now you need to find out the technical details of mathita is going wrong I also set it back to the default settings. I bought a refurbished Panasonic CF30 with no operating system. When put it the cd was opened from icon on desktop, and the content viewed. Same problem with my new Asus A8Sc laptop. Amazon Music Stream millions of songs. What exactly did you do, what did you want to achieve and what happened instead?
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It is a laptop drive made by Matshita. Learn more about Amazon Prime. Some other information I found out Omid Alemi omid said on matshiha A physical opening of the drive also does not work.
[ubuntu] matshita dvd ram uj sdoesn’t read CD/DVD
Sorry, but WTF does this mean? This computer only supported SATA 1.
Here is some info I was able to find, although I’m not sure that a resolution has been found for your problem. This bug affects 3 people.
Last edited by hansalfredche; at With latest Hardy release, the drive is working properly. Should I report this as a bug or not? I can’t believe it, but cubells solution restored my ability to play dvds in VLC. I see no reason why it shouldn’t be supported.
How do you want me to get the output? Gutsy works fine with the marshita. Suddenly quit working about a year ago under Here are the specifications according to Disks:.