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Missing driver in 2006 Packard Bell computer bought from PC World

My computer ceased to recognise the manufacturer installed Philips dvd burner, type 8801. In Device Manager the site where the driver should be, is filled by an exclamation mark, which presumably means that the driver software has somehow been deleted. I think the problem started after a drive defragmentation proccess but I am not certain on this.

Can you please tell me from where I can download a replacement driver for the 8801

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Roy Bamford

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Right click on the device and choose uninstall, reboot and have windows reinstall it.

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