Question about PC Desktops
Chances are the cd isn't properly seated. There should be a tiny hole in the front panel of the cd/cvd. Push the end of a paper clip or what ever you have handy into the hole. This is an emergency eject for the cd/dvd. Then check to make sure the cd was properly seated and retry. If this fixed your problem please rate fix. If not and you need more help please add a comment and I'll be glad to assist you more. Thanks.
Posted on Apr 06, 2008
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