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Dvd/cd-rw drive wont read disks

I got my drive back (lost the link) but it still wont read disks. any advice?

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Does this issue happen on a specific brand of disk?

have you tried using a regular audio disk to play with the ROM drive?

because there are a lot of possiblities why this issue is on the machine right now and we may want to narrow it down.

looking forward to your reply...

Posted on Nov 05, 2008

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computer acer aspire 1360 pc dvd drive dease not book
dvd driver stop working c drive was over laoded and the computer whent in to disk clean and deletelte the driver for the dvd rom i can no longer play cd dvd or use the crw or dvd RW ASPIRE 1360 2.8GHZ
PLEASE CAN YUO HELP LOST THE DISK THAT CAM WITH THE MACINE
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