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Dvd rom not working

Dvd rom drive e worked fine until powered off for awhile(about 2 mo.)when powered back on it dosnt work it will eject and load but says there is no disk

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  • chrsguin May 17, 2009

    tryed solution but did not work what else can i try if anything

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Please uninstall the driver and then unplug the dvd rom and then restart the system and then install again all things new.ok

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