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I have an acer Aspire 5610 and the CD/DVD quit working. I checked the device manager and there is a conflict with the drive. I tryed the system restore, but it didn't work. What else can I try to fix it?

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    Sergio Torres Aug 02, 2009

    I tried reinstalling the driver twice and it didn't work. I also tried removing the DVDROM and reinstalling it and that didn't work either. Any more suggestions?

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A conflict usually means you need to reinstall drivers restore wont work for this, so reinstall cd/dvd drivers good luck i hope this helps.

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