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you are probably running xp go to help and type in find new hardware sounds like somehow your drive got deleted in the hardware and device manager this will work with vista too unless the drive went bad naturally
Just for the heck of it, try blowing out the cooling fan with some compressed air. If you have never cleaned it and the fan stops turning, the computer will go into a safe mode and not start up.
Ther should be a vent somewhere on the side of the laptop that vents hot air cooling the CPU. That is where you need to blow it out.
Hope it helps- just a longshot...
Just put in the blank dvd without trying to burn anything to it and see if your pc see's the blank dvd, if not find one that is recognized by your pc. After you put in a blank dvd, it should show under my computer in the drive and should be able to open it like a folder, or windows will pop up a little window that ask's if you would like to burn anything to the dvd.
i just ordered a new laptop keyboard for my 5420 acer extensa and i have absolutely no idea how to replace it im pretty dam good with computers but i cant figure this out i cant even find any info on it thru Google which sucks big time can anyway one with similar experience please help its on its way now and i need to figure this out quick!!! thanks
With your Extensa you should be fine with the video and sound cards, as long as yours meets the 2ghz + 1g RAM, you shouldn't have any problems with the game. If you are, try updating to the latest sound and video drivers. Also, if you're sitting on 1g of RAM now, you might consider bumping it up to 2g. This will help it run smoother and avoid crashing during a gaming session.