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I have 2 knew memorez CD and DVD drives and both of them take way to long to start when I insert a disk. Is tbis normal? Can this be remedied?

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Is not normal yes if your drives are new then your Ram size and processor speed may be low but if you have 256MB Ram and Pentium III, then your CD Drives Lens may be bad. proberbly if your operating system is corupt it can cuase it also. You just have to reinstall the OS.

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