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11. the disk may be dirty . Wash with dish detergent and warm water and a cotton towel or microfiber cloth . ( do not use a paper towel ).
2. check to see if you can load any other disks in the DVD or cd rom tray to see if they come up if so then the disk may be corrupted and you will need a replacement disk.
3. check here for a firmware update for your model.
http://www.dlink.com/products/?tab=3&pid=DIR-615&rev=DIR-615
4. There is also warranty support :
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