Question about Dell 16X DVD±RW Serial ATA Internal Drive for Optiplex 755 Energy Smart Desktop (TP969) DVD Drive

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I have a Dimension E510, Phillips DVD+-RW Drive, and I'm getting an Error Code 39. Also I'm unable to open the DVD Drive. I've tried all of the registry fixes available. I can't use the operating system cd, and a system restore doesn't work either. I'm running WinXp service pack 3. Dell you need to get on top of this issue asap. And no I did not remove any DVD burning software that can be reinstalled to resolve the problem.

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