Question about Computers & Internet
Okay, try the following:
Go into your BIOS, and check that your DVD drive is appearing in the BIOS. If its not your going to have to open your computer and check taht a cable that goes into the DVD drive has fallen out.If none have, just give them a push in just in case.
If its there and assuming you have XP or Vista go into device manager, and look for a certain device that may have a question mark or X beside it, If the DVD drive is showing there you may need to download the required drivers for it. Go to the manufacturers website, type your products name and find the drivers from there.
Posted on Oct 20, 2008
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