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The DVD Rom was disabled.

There was some problem in the driver hence when the system boots up it's not detecting the pioneer DVD R/W hardware. Pls tell me some solution for this problem.

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To enable the DVD drive :-
Click on Control Panel - then System - then Hardware tab - then Device Manager - then expand DVD/CD-ROM drives.
Then right click on your DVD drive and click on Properties.
Then at the bottom under Device useage scroll down and select Use this device (enable) - then click OK

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