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DVD is not recognized - dell laptop

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I have a dell inspiron 9100 with a P4 intel and windows xp. my drive is a dvd/cd rw.

When i put the dvd in to load up all software, my computer says insert disc. it does not recognize that the dvd is already in. I also can't get to it from another area such as my computer, D: I click on d: and it won't open

Has anyone else experienced this? Thanks for any help :)

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  • tnzrdogs Aug 16, 2008

    Thanks for the help kallansakthi! That would make sense since my computer is about 5 yrs old. tnz

  • alhajes7alha Jan 15, 2009

    have a dell inspiron 9100 with a P4 intel and windows xp. my drive is a dvd/cd rw.

    When i put the dvd in to load up all software, my computer says insert disc. it does not recognize that the dvd is already in. I also can't get to it from another area such as my computer, D: I click on d: and it won't open

  • Anonymous Jan 18, 2009

    I have the same exact problem!! Please help!

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I think ur local disk d is dvd writer driver.
this problem is check the dvd driver.
otherwise go and replace the dvd driver. comfirm ur dvd writer problem. other wise disc problem. please check your dvd driver.

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