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I am unable to play CD / DVD


recently I hv upgraded to windows 7 ultimate fromSP professional. from that time I have problem playing any cd or dvd from the PC installed dvd players. neither music nor movie, neither from a USB or an external hard disk.I tried with Windows Medial Player 10/ power dvdand InterVedio WinDVD 4 players. could you help resolve the issue its asking splash.jpg

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I had the same problem,sorry to say the only fix I found was doing a complete fresh in stall of Windows7

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