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Get a long, strong thin material like a pin, at least of the length of your index finger. Around/beside the eject button on d dvd rom, you will see a small hole, like d size of a dvd rom led light, insert the thin material thru this hole until you "feel like you are pushing something inside the dvd rom". The dvd rom should open a bit, then you can open it completely to get your dvd.
usually when a cd rom... or dvd rom drive is older than 5 years old... it's a good ideal to replace it... sometimes a voltage spike or a voltage surge... can render a cd drive useless... and when you have is the end result... upgrading the bios can aslo make the drive useless.
Usually when you buy a DVD ROM drive it comes with software. However, I bought a LG one and it didn't come with any software. All I can tell you is to update the system BIOS and the firmware that came with the drive. Look on the top part of the drive when you take it out of the system.
Go to the manufacturer's website and download updated firmware for the unit.
Hello my friend, please try to reboot your computer then goto CMOS and check if the DVD Rom that you have is detected by your system. If it does not detect then you can manually detect a device using CMOS function. Also try to check if the connectivity of your DVD Rom is not diabled otherwise enable it to detect your device. If all the above steps you followed then the result is still the same then please find a computer technician in your place then let him open and fix the problem.
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Hello my friend, Thus you Disk Rom is a DVD? if it not DVD then it cannot read DVD but if it is DVD then try to insert other DVD or CD Disk to check if it really works. Also try to clean your ROM with a disk cleaner. Then if all of the steps are done and still the result is same problem then ship it back to the suplier or buy new ROM.
1.if the dvd has some scrathes on it cant read as a result it cannot read 2. if the dvd is not written properly while writing using some dvd burning software it will not read that dvd properly . 3.if the dvd is pirated some dvd roms support only original dvds that might be a problem 4.if some dust accumulated on the lens of dvd rom the dvd will not get read properly for this u can use some lens cleaners and clean the lens of dvd rom it is available in the market everywhere try this it will definately work 4.after doin the above if still none of the dvd \s arent working means the life of your dvd roms lens is over now u have to get a new dvd rom
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i think you are going to have to boot into bios and where it shows the boot configuration look to see if there is a cdrom there if not change it so the computer will have the cd rom in there along with the harddrive and the a drive then save it and exit and reboot then the cd rom should be back into the device manager and also under my computer