Go to explorer and see if the E: or D: drives are there. If the E: drive is not there search for it using add hardware. If that does not work and is a removable drive remove it, plug it again and restarted. Test to see if it works.
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If you know the DVD and the DVD drive is in proper working order, it could mean that the software you are running just may have some problems. Try downloading a copy of VLC (VideoLan Client) this application is free and open source (and no it's not something I created and am just trying to get people to use...it's just something that works great, and completely free) VLC can play almost any video file or DVD that it encounters. If VLC can't play it, I would think it's likely there may be something with your disk or your DVD drive.
<span>play movie on microsoft paint </span>
<span>first play movie u want <br />then hit the print screen button on the keyboard<br />when then media files are playing then open paint and<br />paste by pressing ctrl+v (paste key) <br />the movie starts on the paint application<br /></span>
Try to copy the dvd-es on the hard disk before playing ...and this way you will see if it is a reading issue or just the application software you use is not capable to read them anymore..(it may have been an trial or it is out of date ) .. My advice is to install a another program ..and try again ..if the dvd-ea are not read well from the hdd.. try VLC player (it free) ..or ..another dvd player on the net ...
Try downloading VLC MEDIA PLAYER onto your computer and try playing the DVDs / movie files with that application. I use that application to play all my DVDs and media files and it works very well, and best of all it's completely free.
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Unplug from the mains and then remove the battery. Leave for ten minutes then put the battery back on. If it still does not work then it has had it. turn it over so you can access the underside and locate the one screw that holds the drive to the chassis. remove the screw and the drive will slide out. Take the drive to a computer shop and buy a replacement. refit in reverse and all will be well.