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My laptop Not reading any CD/DVD

Sir My lenovo laptop Y5000 series with window XP , After inserting CD It reflect Blank, I Uninstall driver and reinstal but problem not solved what hapen? please solve my problem. thanks Deendayal

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  • bittu_yadav Dec 02, 2008

    Sir My lenovo laptop Y5000 series with window XP , After inserting CD It reflect Blank, I Uninstall driver and reinstal but problem not solved what hapen? please solve my problem. thanks Deendayal

  • Anonymous Mar 07, 2009

    My HCL Leaptop not reading any CD/DVD shows blank only.

  • addi6611 Mar 31, 2009

    i have da same prob



    wen i insert a cd it show blank disc but it work well with dvd ???

  • narainrahul9 Apr 20, 2009

    my laptop is unable to read cd/dvd ,, when i insert disc
    it shows it is blank


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I have my laptop y 410<lenovo > does not read any disk when i insert any cd to my laptop.........




pls solve this problem...........

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Sir I try this method but not reading. My problem occured when I install Nero 7 , after installing nero computer say nero not work properly error in Nero. after that my computer not reading any Cd. Please help me. thanks. deendayal

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Go to Device Manager by "right-clicking" on "MY COMPUTER", and choose "MANAGE". Once the new window comes up, look for "DEVICE MANAGER" on the left hand side of the screen and click on it.

On the right hand side of the screen you will see a long list of items, look for DVD/CD DRIVES and click on the + sign next to it to expand that list. Now look for your DVD/CD drive and right click on it and choose uninstall. Then restart your computer, when it restarts it will say "FOUND NEW HARDWARE, ATTEMPTING TO INSTALL" wait for it to finish and tell you that it's ready and try to insert a disc. If it does not read it, the Drive might be bad so you might have to replace it...Good Luck!

Posted on Dec 02, 2008

  • Edgar Corrales Dec 03, 2008

    This has been a problem for sometime, sometimes some people will install Roxio or Nero and their DVD/CD drives will stop working. There are many probable solutions..



    1#

    Un-install Nero or any other DVD/CD burning software you have, repeat the process I suggested earlier (uninstalling drive). Then restart computer, if that doesn't do it.....



    #2

    Copy and paste the link below and read the instructions carefully..

    http://support.microsoft.com/default.asp...& . If you still have an issue with this...



    #3 Take your computer in to a certified technician, the drive itself could be malfunctioning and might need to be replaced.

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