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1. Make sure you use DVD's in good condition.
2. Reinstall the driver..( right click My Computer->properties->Hardware tab -> Device manager-> DVD rom-> right click Uninstall and again install using Dvd rom driver cd)
3. Clean The Drive lens using Dvd lens cleaner disc kit available in maket.
4. Removing DVD rom. opening it up manually and cleaning the lens with cotton( this tedious for novice users.. instead give it to servicing shop)

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