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My computer dont want to play dvd

My computer dont want to play movies that i put in my hard drive

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  • greatdanedad Mar 11, 2009

    My DVD rom won't play movies. The CD rom is working fine. The amber colored light works on the CD, it comes on when I push the open/close button. But not on the DVD Door. Is it Fried?

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Well, you need a DVD-ROM not a CD-ROM. If you have a CD-ROM and it's not playing then it's because you need a DVD-ROM and it's not working then I don't know, sorry! From Jake @ Dudey-Dreamz.piczo.com

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