Question about Computers & Internet
Be certain that there is no interference near your computer, such as a fan, phone or fluorescent light.
Sounds like your DVD player may be faulty. If there is a light on your DVD drive, first try a drive cleaner to see if that resolves your problem. If still a problem, your DVD would need to be replaced.
If there is no light on your DVD drive, look inside your computer case and check the power cable to the DVD - it could be loose.
Hope these suggestions help.
Posted on Oct 01, 2010
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