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My computer doesn't recognise my D: drive when I click on My Computer

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  • garyfhumes Sep 04, 2008

    I can use the drive by typing in D:, but I'm wondering if something inside the dvd drive has unplugged.

  • garyfhumes Sep 04, 2008

    this is an internal dvd drive

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Hi,

You have not mentioned that which operating system youare using. I am providing you with a link of Microsoft. Just followthelink and i am sure that the issue you are facing will be resolved.
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Go to address and click drop down list box ...which is present in right side cornor of address bar...it look like inverted triangle...click tat...u ll get a list..from tat u select d drive ...it ll get open

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If D drive is in list on My Computer then drive is faulty. If its not there in My Computer, perform BIOS setup and recognize/enable drive there.

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I'm having the same issue! It will open and close and light will blink for only a moment then go off. Then, just as you, it will not read as if I have a disc in when I click on my computer. If I click on the cdrom drive, it says PLEASE INSERT A DISC. I'll be checking back to see if anyone knows how to fix. :)

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Is this a internal device or external device?

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I advise you to buy another

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