Question about Computers & Internet
You mean the CD-ROM of the computer?
1. Try to check if the power supply is plugged in. You need to open the side cover of your system unit and try to use a different available power connector.
2. Another thing is you can see a small reset hole next the eject button on the front panel of your CD-ROM. Try to use a paper clip and push it.
We'll wait for your response. Hope this helps.
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