IT seems that problem your cdrom drivers please go to device manager >> right click on my computer then click on hardware then click on device manager double click to cdrom and uninstall cdrom drivers then reboot and reinstall cdrom drivers. Your cdrom working fine
1st checks your disc condition, do clean that if dirty, 2st remove your cd drive and try that in other pc with other cd , if its ok, your problem is your cd not cd drive, if it is'nt ok problem in yor cd drive you must change with new one. Any case with same problem sometimes caused by socket power cd drive ,by change with other socket frequently solved that problem. If source problem from your cd i thinks that happen caused by too much speed burning in process burning, i hope you use slow speed in process burning, so you get good quality cd and that,s easy to read in every cd drive, ok i hope helped solved your problem, good try
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I cant really seem to understand but if the computer beeps then you should take the RAM out and clean it and re-insert it. and try again. Sometimes the processor can give that kind of problem if it is faulty.But if after cleaning the RAM it still doesnt work please take it to the tech department.
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Hi, On the front of most CD or DVD drives there is a small pin hole that you can use to open the drive if it gets stuck. Grab yourself a strong paper clip, straighten one end, insert the straight bit into the hole and push firmly once you feel some resistance. This will partly open the drive tray to either allow you to remove a cd or insert a new cd or dvd. Question, Is there a light lit on the front of the drive when you are: a. trying to eject (instead of using the front button on the drive try using the "Right Click and then Eject" option when selecting the dvd drive in My Computer), If not the drive may be stuffed (broken) or perhaps the 4 pin power connection lead at the rear of the dvd drive has fallen out. b. is the drive tray sticky when opening or closing? (get a new drive...very easy and very cheap to buy and replace) Good luck, Steve (Melbourne,Australia)
Auto run as turned off, navigate to your drives (usually in the My Computer icon) and check for your disc drive (usually Drive D:). If it is showing a disc then you can right-click and open to see the contents or double click for an auto-play.
If you open up the drives and don't see a CD ROM drive then it might have gotten dropped some how. In this case you will want to go to the device manager and check to see if the CD ROM drive is listed and if it needs some fixing.
Try manually looking at the CD by going to the "My Computer" icon, and double-clicking the CD. If you see any files in there called setup.exe, double-click and go. It should startup. If the computer tells you that it can't read the cd, or to insert a cd, then it's possibly it's not the right format for your computer. Either it's a dvd that you can't read, or maybe it's the mac version and you hace a PC, or vice-versa? Steven
Go to "my computer" In there you will see an icon at the cd-rom drive for WOW. (WOW = World of Warcraft) Double click on that Icon This will start the installer. If you do not see an icon take out the CD and clean the drive and look at the CD or significant scratches. Little ones are okay.