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My cd/dvd drive wont work and no downloads will work hp windows vista

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  • Kevin Hughes May 11, 2010

    Can you boot to it? With a system cd. Insert in drive and reboot computer. Watch for press any key to boot from cd, and press any key. If it works, then your cd works, just not in windows. Also check in windows under device manager, cd/dvd drives and see if it is listed...need more info.

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