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Dvd+writer/cd-writer hi experts my dvd +cd writer can record but do not playback can u help me solve the problem

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Maybe your pc has a virus, install an updated antivirus program and clean your computer. Then reinstall your driver software for your dvd + cd writer.
Thanks!
I hope this is a solution!

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