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The rom drive, dont read the recover and driver cd that shipped with the laptop. The drive is selective of media data cd/dvd it plays. Most importantly, i will like to run the recovery cd that shipped with the laptop. When i insert a cd/dvd in the rom, i get the errow report, "insert cd in the drive"

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Hi

I would go to

start
search box and type in device manager
scroll down to find the cd/dvd and un install it

then restart the laptop and hopefully on restart
windows will find new hardware and re install the cd/dvd drive correctly

i hope this sorts it for you

also have you checked in your programs to see if recovery is in there
as some laptops have it built in on the hidden part of the hard drive


many thanks

Posted on Mar 12, 2011

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