Is the was working then it's just disappeared or this problem since u buy it ???
if it's happend not too long try system restore for windows.... then if it's didn't work ...
try to boot from the CD ...
insert any operating system CD (windows,linux ,,,etc..) if it's start that mean the problem in the software not in the hardware ... therefore u must install a new operating system....
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Copy off your data to another computer before recovering. A recovery usually restores to factory settings and loses all data.
You could boot to Ubuntu or Linux and copy your stuff that way, then when restored, copy it back.
Hi lexrelt,unfortunately .. the cd burners either work or do not work.
I am assuming you have the correct drivers installed for your model.
if under warrenty, I'd suggest to approach your vendor to replacement CD burner or have one shipped out.
The majority of the cd and/or dvd burners for laptops are hot swappable. if a replacement part is shipped to you .. then just push the eject clips underthe laptop to eject the cd burner hardware and replace it with a new one.
Well, for starters, is your cd/dvd turned on in the bios. Some but not all computer have a setting for this. If your cd/dvd drive is removable, shut down the computer, remove the drive. Reboot the computer and shut it down again. Then reconnect the drive and start the computer back up. This will make sure that if your drive is working, windows will redetect it. You can check device manager to make sure it is not disabled. If none of this works, you may have a bad drive. If you really must reinstall windows, you can get an external cd/dvd drive pretty cheap on Ebay. Just make sure you go into your BIOS setting and change the boot menu to external drive. I hope this information helps.
It appears the windows installation is corrupt or the hard drive has a problem. I would suggest to reinstall from the windows installation cd or from the restore cd. If you don't have these I suggest you take the computer to a repair person who can get it working for you.
Put in the recovery cd, and restart the computer. Its going to say something like: "Press any key to boot from cd", then press any key. It should start up. Tell me what it says when you restart you computer with the cd inside the computer.