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Device stopped to read any disc

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My drive has suddenly stopped to read any DVD discs. All I get when I click to open the drive folder is empty window with no files at all. The drive itself seems to be working mechanically ( the LED light is blinking and I can hear disc spinning ). When I burned a dvd burning software announced "Burning process completed successfully" but I can't see any files. Can you help me?

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  • a607 Aug 31, 2008

    my dvd writer has stopped reading any disk suddenly.i have just byied it

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u r drive is having an hardware problem just contact nearby service center

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