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CD-ROM AND DVD-ROM PROBLEM

WHEN I TRY TO COPY FILES FROM MY DISK DRIVE IT COMPLETELY TURNS SLOWLY AND COPIES THE FILES INTO MY PC VERY SLOWLY.CAN YOU HELP ME.


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If your C: drive (primary storage drive) is to full, it can EXTREAMLY hamper all computer activities. Copying/Burning/Downloading being the most effected. Try deleting some unnecessary files.

I hope this helps!

Posted on Jan 20, 2009

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Does it play CD/DVD's ?. If not you could try a CD lens cleaning disk, it may just need a good clean out.

As you're moving it between PC's then the IDE cable is probably connected properly.

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