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I/O Device Error, won't read disc or anything Light stays on

My light on my DVD stays on and when I go to the drive it says.. Is not accessible The request could not be performed because of an I/O Device Error. I tried installing the firmware for this product , the DVD flashed while installing that.. and also the online where you got to manage the computer and change some setting and still nothing.. I hope this means it's dead

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