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First check cables.if theyare connected,try to install the driver.in device manager scan it again & let to plug & play to find it.then restart the pc
Posted on Aug 11, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Try uninstalling the Driver in Device Manager: in XP or earlier: Start/Control Panel/System/Hardware Tab/Device Manager, or in Vista & 7: Start/Control Panel/Device Manager.
Once in Device Manager click on the + sign that is in front of 'DVD/CD ROM drives' to open it up, then right click on the model of the Optical Drive in question.
Click Properties/Driver Tab/Uninstall (Advanced) & this will remove the driver if it is corrupt. Restart your system & the Hardware Manager will recognise the Optical Drive & install the necessary Driver.
If this doesn't solve your dillema then I hope that you have a warranty. Good luck in trying.
Posted on Apr 02, 2010
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