Question about Microsoft Windows XP Home Edition
Go into the control panel and click Device Manager, in classic view. Go into the DVD/CD-ROM drives and right click and in properties go t Driver at the top. Click update driver and follow any instructions. If that doesn't work, try to change the drive name of the drive. I can't remember how to do that but you could ask someone. Hope it helps.
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