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Lost installation CDrom for Samsung DVD Writer SE-S204N

Unable to instal my DVD writer because my disc was stolen along with
all my installation discs, from my card. How can I get over this problem.

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Technically you should not need any driver disk to install any sort of disk drive onto a computer. If you are trying to set-up a second cd/dvd drive on your computer then the problem is likely with the jumper pin set-up. The drive has to be set as primary or secondary in order for the computer to understand what its job is. To set the jumper pins there should be a diagram on the drive to show you how to set it up. If it is actually the need of the software you can goto www.samsung.com and click the support tab. Look up your device and download the available software.

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You may not need that install discs, maybe just the burning software that came with your writer, most probably from nero or roxio.you can visit their [articular websites where you can download a free standard versions of the program.

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