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Driver for DVD?

Sir i have a problem.. i dont have a driver for my DVD.. my TOSHIBA M50-MX2 has a built in dvd drives.. but i cant play a dvd because i dont have a driver.. sir plss till me where i can get this driver...

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    BOZAPE May 11, 2010

    Which operating system are you using?
    If it is windows you doesn't suppose to need a driver



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