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Mecer Notebook Good day, im having seriuos problems with my notebook. i hope you could help me. the dvd rom works perfectly until i insert a particular cd.... mecer recovery... it just does't pick it up. but when i insert the exact same cd in another desktop mecer computer, it reads it in a flash. what could be the problem. socondly my battery shows its charging by as soon as i unplug the ac power the laptops switches off showing no power. i've looked around in the bios but i cant seem to find the problem.

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    the disk has work previosly on my notebook and the battery is ractically brand new.

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I've got a Mecer Expression notebook. My DVD Rom opens and spins, but the notebook doesn't read it, HELP!!

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Your Battery is probably dead and can't hold any more charge as for the disc, its probably only made for the desktop computer

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