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Seems to be a bad driver or damaged boot.
If the computer shuts down and restarts check CPU fan and blow dust out from heat sink, CPU may be overheating.
Otherwise, use the recovery disk to repair, or the installation CD and do the system repair. Or from repair disk, if your computer worked fine before, Restore To a Previous setting.
hi, possible problem with the dvd, the lens doesn't read the disc or the spindle motor not rotating that is why can not read a disc. try to clean first with a cd lens cleaner, just insert a cleaner to the player to remove dirt and might the lens get sticky. now if still doesn't work, you will need to remove the cover of the player to access the internal part. check for broken part or any obstacle that can block the rotation of the spindle motor.if the motor doesn't rotate anymore you can check the resistance if still there using an analog tester. if no resistance at the pin terminal of the motor, the coil was worn out then you will need to replace the motor.
Slow computer problem would be different then that non reading disks. Slow computer could happen in many cases, a virus is taking up all the memory, or defragmented hard disk, programs that required more memory and cpu speed. CD, DVD could fail to read due to loose cable, BIOS setup or damaged drive.
You might try going to the website of the printer's manufacturer. They may have drivers online that you can download, which will bypass the issue you are currently having. If this is not the case, you might see if the manufacturer of the cd drive has updated software for the drive. Maybe this is a known issue to them. Good luck.
When you are refering to the E drive, do you mean your dvd/cd drive?.
If so 2 things to try, first a lens cleaning cd rom, secondly if still no nada, go to my computer, right click, down to properties>Hardware>Device manager.
Click the '+' sign on DVD/CDROM Drives and highlight your drive and right click then Delete.
Re-boot you PC and let windows find your drive again automatically, then try playing something again.
If still nothing it's time to replace the drive, they are very cheap nowadays.