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My dvd drive cannot detect dvd movie/audio...but cd room it can...cd audio too...i dont where the problem is....the dvd drive is detect in computer but cannot play...and the dvd is not detect....pleade reply to my email...coet_c@yahoo.ca.

must buy a new one..??thanks

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  • Sany cs Mar 24, 2008

    I'm having an HP laptop nx6310, the DVD/CD drive does read a CD or DVD, but after many trials. & while it's running, it stops being read and sometimes the CD is ejected.



    Again, so I have to buy a new one?

    Thanks

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You need a DVD Player to play your dvd video. Even if you have a dvd drive but you don't have a dvd player on your windows it is impossible to do it.

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