Question about Computers & Internet
My guess is that the "laser" inside the unit has failed.
Light from the laser is not bouncing-back from the disk, and so no "data" can be read.
It's time to spend $40 to buy a new CD/DVD reader/writer, to replace the "dead" unit.
Please responsibly recycle the old hardware.
Posted on Oct 15, 2010
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