Code error 19, configuration information is incomplete or damaged. DVD player does not work.

Original title: DVD does not! Configuration information is incomplete or damaged.

My problem is that my DVD seems to have stopped working! I get an error message stating "Windows cannot start this hardware device because its information of configuration (in the registry) is incomplete or damaged (code 19) '-what does that mean? I can solve this problem?

Any help is very appreciated!

When you go to save the information (file > save as) give a name to the file and save it with the .reg extension.

Example:

File > save as > and then type dvdfix.reg in the box "save under" > OK

You said that you have not seen the UpperFilters and LowerFilters values if the registry fix may not work unless you can not reflected on the key named in the article.

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