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First reinstall the DVD driver to see if the DVD drive works. If not then - Try removing the DVD drive and inserting it back to make sure it properly connected then boot up the laptop and go into the BIOS and see it the DVD drive is detected, if the DVD drive is not detected then the DVD drive is faulty and needs to be replaced.
you can configure it on the bios settings of the unit itself (possibly F2 or F11) Then go to boot sequence then look for the removable device. Then save your settings and restart your laptop. It should be working now.
There maybe a problem with a ribbon like cable that connects your drive to the mainboard. In order to be sure if there is a hardware problem, try to boot your laptop using a bootable cd. If this works and you can read files from the cd then it maybe a windows instalation or driver problem. My best guess is however a hardware problem related to that specific cable or connector. You should try to check these if possible. If your laptop is still in warranty send it to a service center for in-warranty repairs. Otherwise I may help you on how to dissasemble it or how to check that connector.