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Right click my computer, choose properties, then click on Hardware, Click on Device manager.
In the Device manager window, expand DVD/CD-ROM Drives. Check for any warning signs (usually a small "yield" icon). If thats the case... Right click, choose properties, go to the Driver tab. and see if the device is working properly. Here u can choose to update the driver using Windows update site. But, most probably it wont find what your looking for.
So, your best bet is to; note down the Make & model of your built in burner.
Then go to the manufacturers site and download the newest drivers.
Also, do a windows update. this is fix any OS level issues that will not recognize your device.
hope this helps. .
Posted on Mar 30, 2008
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