First of do one thing u should have chek your dvd rom detected or not in bios. if it is detected then chek another disk in to dvd rom after these same problem persist you should have to replace your dvd rom.
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1. Insert the DVD disc into the computer's DVD-ROM burner drive. Click on "Burn files to disc" from the window that automatically pops up.
2. Type a name for the DVD disc in the "Burn a Disc" box. Click "Show formatting options" and choose a formatting option.
3. Choose "Live File System" to allow files to be copied immediately to the DVD disc, much like sending data to a USB flash drive or floppy disk. Live File System discs can only be read by Windows XP or later versions. Choose "Mastered" to have files be copied to the DVD all at once. This is the standard burning method; discs can be played back on any DVD-ROM drive.
4. Click "Next" to prepare the disc. Files can now be copied to the disc using the selected method.
Verify that your machine has a DVD drive (not a CD-RW or CD-ROM). The Windows 7 disc is a DVD and will not be read by all drives.
If you don't have a DVD drive you will need to:
--Install one --Use an external (USB) one --Follow Microsoft's guide for installing it off of a USB drive: Go to Microsoft Store
and buy a download of Windows 7 . While you’re there, get the free
Windows 7 USB/DVD Download Tool and the instructions for how it works.
Then use the tool to set up a USB drive that you can use to install the
the combo drive you listed above is a cd-rw/ DVD-ROM....meaning that it will play and burn cd, cd-r, and cd-rw disks. the dvd rom will only be able to play dvd-rom and dvd-r disks providing they are in the proper format. check that the disk in question is not a dvd-rw or (+2) disk. the drive will not recognize that a disk is in the drive if the disk isnt compatable. try a dvd movie, if that works then a dvd-r, if that works then try a dvd-rw +1. if the last option doesnt work then you will have to stick with the dvd-rom and dvd-r, or purchase a dvd-rw drive to install.
INSTALL VISTA ANY WAY the problem is that windows can use the drive..
BOOT OF THE VISTA DISC
enter setup when the system boots up
go to booting options
and select the dvd rom as the first boot device
ensure the vista disc is in the drive
and save and exir setup
it will tell you to pree any key to boot from cd/dvd
and it will install vista without any hassle
ITs a dvd rom drive. It will not burn blank dvds in order to burn, it has to cd-r/cd-rw/dvd-r/dvd-rw. If a drive cannot write to a blank disc, it will eject it. Rom drives read only (Read Only Memory), Combo drives- burn cd's only read dvd's, and super drives both read and write to cds and dvds.
CDROM CAN NOT READ CD'S
Try cleaning the lens using a high grade CD Lens Cleaner. Sony\ACER\BENQ Lens Drives are notorious when it comes to
Hope this helps
If you are having trouble with Newly bought items save your self from headaches by returning them and
demand a replacement or a refund! You may have purchased a reconditioned\repaired\factory defect product.