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DVD For some reason neither windows media nor Interactual video seems to be able to read the codes for DVD disks. Message comes up no disk detected

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First try to change your master-slave pin in your CD-DVD ROM
and reconnect bus connections or change your DVD ROM bus.
if the DVD-ROM and Hard disc are connected in a same bus just put them in seperate buses.

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