Question about HP Compaq Presario F750US
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Posted on Aug 16, 2010
Try this quick fix :
What I suspect here is that you tried a bad CD or
DVD disk inside your drive, in that case, get a very
good lens cleaner to clean your drive first.
If that doesn't work,
Get a screw driver and trace the screw holding the
CD/DVD Drive to your system at the back of your
laptop, then unscrew it and remove your drive. If you
cant do this by yourself, just try and get a good
technician to do it for you. Then clean the interface
connecting the drive to your laptop.
After this, power up your system normally without the
Then shut down properly, and reconnect the drive,
making sure that its firmly connected.
Then power on again and check it in the system
BIOS if its now detected, then save and exit, then
boot your system properly again.
If it doesn't work after this, then I'm afraid you might
have to get another drive.
Hope this helps you out.
Posted on Jul 29, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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