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After inserting the disc ''NO DISC'' is coming.

For any type of disc NO DISC is coming...what should be done??

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Instert it of another CD if it is run s it means the CD of NO DISK display is defected, just hold the CD and roll it a ballpen in the center circle or twisted it by your fingers, the hole of the CD is small, so u need to wider it 

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