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I have problem with opening my DVD R/W in HP G6000 note book. I tried manual method also , but it doesn't work. please help me

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Make Sure that the Dvd R/w is working Correctly with the Correct Drivers Installed .Also Try Updating the Driver Installation.

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    Make Sure that the Dvd R/w is working Correctly with the Correct Drivers Installed .Also Try Updating the Driver Installation.

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