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If you didn't install a DVD player application, then yes you missed something. If you don't have a CD for the DVD player, then you can download one here: http://download.cnet.com/1770-20_4-0.html?query=dvd+player+free&searchtype=downloads&filter=licenseName=Free|platform=Windows&filterName=licenseName=Free|platform=Windows&tag=ltcol
I'm assuming the drive worked before the recovery. If this is the case, the drive might not have the right drivers. I know my Acer Travelmate doesn't always work 100% when I user the
restore option. You might try going to Acer's webpage and downloading the
latest driver software for your DVD.
Provide a CD/DVD cleaner disc and clean it maybe it help;
I encoutered that problem 3 months ago, the DVD ROM recognized only few DVD disc, other DVD's won't even the windows is freshly installed. The laptop was return back to the store they replace it.
However, in your case; it work fine before so maybe i suggest you to clean your DVD rom using the cleaner, if not work then , scan your computer with a potent antivirus, if this not work also, maybe i recommend to format and reinstall the system,
If all of those are not working maybe its time for you to enjoy the warranty of your laptop if the laptop has a warranty. hope this help.