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Re: dvd rom prob;em
First you need to check to see if your DVD drive is recognised in the BIOS. If it is not, then you have a drive fault. If it is, then all you should need to do, is download the most current Chipset drivers for your system from the Acer website: http://support.acer-euro.com/drivers/notebook/as_4720.html
If this doesn't work, then uninstall the DVD drive from Device Manager. Uninstall ALL burning and media programs that you have. Restart the system. Install your burning and media programs. Restart your system. Your DVD drive should be listed in Device Manager, if not, then you will need to manually add it from the "Add Hardware Wizard" and select it manually.
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Try to Update or Roll Back the driver in Device Manager, DVD/CD-Rom drives. You can find the drivers for the DVD/CD Rom here, select your OS: http://support.emachines.com/em/driver/nb/e725.html If you could explain further what happens when you put in a CD? Is the DVD/CD Rom Icon showing it Computer folder?
Try going to Hp's website and downloading any updated drivers for the DVD drve. If after doing this contact Hp because the drive is not defective.
Also make sure the drive is listed in your BIOS setup also and is not disabled.
hello, there could be several cause for faulty DVD ROM, May be prob is due to faulty lens of drive try to clean your drive and check whether it will work or not? If still not work then its better to change DVD rom if it in warranty period.
as long as you dont have tonnes of huge games that are all like 6-7GBs you should be fine, the laptop you have was built to support alot of memory and can run most games excellently. as far as i know it should run like a charm and not slow down the laptop at all. by the way, what kind of virus protection do you have.
I had similar problems with my HP computer and i found either uninstall it through device manager the reinstalling it through new hardware wizaed in control panel. Or if that doesnt work try opening your laptop up and unplugging/removing the drive itself and restarting the laptop then turn it off again and put the drive back in the computer should then register it as a new device and reinstall it. that second option worked for my drive so it should hopefully work for yours