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CD DRIVE Hi my name is hamed, i'm having trouble booting my cd's everytime i insert it. i found this strange but i can't find my drive when i open my computer it seems like my cd driver is nt install. if the software is nt install i don't know where to get it can u please help me. i have a hp pavilion dv2000. thanks

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  • go to start
  • right click on "my computer
  • down to ,and click on properties
  • go to hardware tab
  • click on device manager button
  • click on the + sign next to dvd\cd drives
  • if a drive is present,right click on it and un-install it, if one is not present,
  • go to "actions" menu on top of the device manager box,and select "scan for hardware changes".
  • reboot and windows should find it when it boot's up.
  • if not you need a new drive
good luck
Terry

Posted on Mar 30, 2008

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