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Re: no see the dvd writer
Please check in bios.
if it is there, please checked in device manager of control panel.
if there is a problem with driver, please follow this step from microsoft. http://support.microsoft.com/kb/314060
if your dvd isnot in bios. it's hardware problem, most of the time is bad dvd drive.
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Hi Go to My computer, right click the cd/dvd writer, and choose 'Eject', if it wasn't get out, so you need to use tall needle softly inject it in the hole near the cd/dvd writer light and press it inside softly, then the cd/dvd writer will be ejected. Take care, use the needle carefully.
Let's make sure that Nero is not causing the problem. Try this: -Insert a blank CD or DVD -Find a file that you want to burn to disc -Right-Click on said file and select Send To --> DVD-RW Drive (D:) (or whatever your recordable drive is labeled) -Open My Computer, double click on your recordable drive - You should see your file ready to be burned to disc - In the left-hand panel, you should see a link that says "Burn these files to disc" or something similar - click this link and see what happens
If this process works and properly burns a disc, your issue is not with your drive but with Nero. If this process does NOT work, then you may need to reinstall drivers for your DVD writer or replace the drive if it is faulty.
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I have come across this quiet abit. U could try updating the firmware but I would say that the lazer is past its best. I presum it still read the cds fine? I would suggest getting another drive if firmware update doesnt work
Can I have more detail like the model of your laptop. I really wanted to check that it is a DVD writer or not.Second it can be that that it doesn't support the type of DVD+R or DVD-R you're trying to use.But first check out that your model support writting to DVD or not.