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> click on start--> run
> type in devmgmt.msc
> expand dvd or cd rom drives
> check whether your dvd rom is listed
> if so right click on that and select properties.
> check whether it is enabled or not.
> if that is ok, close everything
> open control panel--> add/remove hardware
> search for your dvd rom
let me know what is the result
thanks and regards
Posted on Mar 17, 2008
What is the software for?
If you want to record CDs and DVDs then you need Nero or Sonic record now.
windowsXP has a built in CD recording program butnot for DVDs
Windows Vista can record CDs and DVDs but neither operating systems program can copy CDs.
Posted on May 06, 2009
It may be a hardware problem. If it starts ejecting as soon as you switch on the system i.e. before booting into the operating system then it is definitely a hardware problem. Take the drive to the service centre and get it fixed. Or if it happens when you are using windows then it might be a prank program or a virus. Check your running processes and make sure all are right. (You can google the process name and check the results)
Posted on May 20, 2009
The drive you are installing is a SATA drive. The system came with a PARALLEL ATA or PATA optical drive, The motherboard has a SATA controller and the HDD is a SATA drive. So you need a SATA data cable and connect it to the SATA 1 port on the motherboard. There should be a SATA power connection inside the chassis that is not being used, that you can connect to the drive. Then go to system setup (F2 at boot) enable the SATA 1 controller and disable the PATA controller
Posted on Oct 05, 2009
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