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DVD/CD ROM DOES NOT WORK OR SHOW IN (MY COMPUTOR)

I GET A CODE 41 WHEN I TRIED TO FIX PROBLEM MYSELF. I HAD UNSTALLED PROGRAMS PRIOR TO THE DVD/CD PROBLEM.
THANKS MELISSA

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MELISSA try to open the computer look DVD/CD drive there. Make sure that the power connected properly and the IDE cable is properly connected to the DVD/CD.

It seems that the computer not detecting you CD drive. You'll needing to physically check that inside to the computer.

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