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Toshiba Satellite A200-1M4 When I start my laptop i can hear a long peep sound and my DVD ROM auto opening. My DVD ROM PC detect but It can not read the CD always showing inset the CD. Please help me in this matter. My OS Vist home premium. I am Silmy

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Dvd burners or rom drive have 2 lens inside, one for DVD read, the other for cd read. I see it often where one fails out in the drive but the other works. With one working fine and the other not, I would replace the drive. If still under warranty send it to manufacturer. If not do a search on Ebay for a replacement drive, or get a local laptop repair shop to do it for you.

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