This will play some DVDs but not others. DVDs from DGG are particularly affected. The DVD will load and the menu will come up but when I select play from the menu nothing happens. The two DVDs I tried worked perfectly on my work laptop. XP Pro is the operating system for bith, the only difference is the DVD drive.
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Perhaps you should reinstall the Sonic stuff, in case it was affected since the virus cleanup. If the OS had some of its components quarantined from virus contamination, you are probably stuck reinstalling the OS...though of course you can search the web (and not least Microsoft.com if that's the sort of OS you use) for healing 'media detection' issues (w.r.t. your particular OS.)
due to dusty environment it happens the lens gets dusty
open the dvd tray u can see that shiny eye like thing try cleaning th lens gently in round movement with a tissue paper or very soft cloth used to clean lcd screens see if it works , other wise ur DVD drive lens got weak from use now adays service centers are getting tons of them everyday for replacements
3 options: 1 - Uninstall the OEM software that came with the drive and install another media player (GOM player is great, though it has a few problems handlig DVD menus, but plays movies like a dream) 2 - Check if there is a form in the LiteOn box that you can send to the manufacturer to get the registration via mail 3 - Or just get a refund, because there is no law in any country stating that you must have an internet connection. If they sell the software in a package with the drive, unless it is clearly stating on the OUTSIDE of the box that it is a DEMO, they should provide you support.
okay try this
Go to your My computer icon--right click on it
Find ur cd/dvd drive on it
Uninstall it by right clicking it (dont get scared ur system will detect it itself in next reboot and u dont need any drivers for it)
hope it will works if there is no physical damage
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