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DVD RW / CD RW Drive

My laptop which has a DVD RW / CD RW Drive will not play/recognise certain original audio cd's. The disc will spin and try and read the cd but nothing happens. This is not all cd's just some.

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Uninstall the drive in the device manager. 

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Sounds as if your drive is failing, try buying a new drive.

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