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How to install a cd/dvd burner to T 320 Acer computer

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A friend showed me how. Thanks for your reply

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1-remove sides covers away.
2-remove the plastic cover of cd slot from the front side(the place where you want to put your dvd.
3-insert your dvd in the slot above.
4-connect your power plug and data plug to your dvd.(same as normal cd diver).
5-put your cd driver and install your dvd software.
6-restart your system.

Posted on Jul 04, 2008

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