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Dvd cd rom drive disappears

Please try to help me...update as often as necesary ...i logged in yesterday an found that my dvd drive is... no longer there...i have tried to restart but noway....my laptop is an acer aspire 2 months an acer aay.pls help urgently ...
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  • gypo3 Aug 21, 2008

    hi friends,

    i wish to clarify my earlier post ...

    my dvd/cd drive is still not visible ,either from "my computer"....or the device manager.

    in an earlier search ,i have read about removing the upper and lower filter in the regedit section,i have tried it and i still cant find my drives.

    thanx ,i hope i am clearer on my laptop problem(acer-aspire5520)

    gypo3

  • Kdog1030 Nov 20, 2008

    After a windows vista important update my dvd\cd drive has dissapeared i have deleted filters and rebooted but nothing works i cant find my drive in device manager or my computer what do I do please help

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Please access the link given below. This link talks about a problem in the operating system.

http://support.microsoft.com/kb/q270008/

Let me know if your problem does not get resolved with this.

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