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CD dirve and DVR burner not working!!!

Device manager on XP shows my CD and DVD drive not working properly (errror 22). I looked up error and says to uninstall and install drives again and I still have no luck following the directions. I went to Comp USA and bought a new internal DVD player and tried it w/ no luck. Same error as before. Also I tried a external drive and I am geting the same error. A friend suggested the power supply might be the problem coming in from mother board to drives. Any one have any other suggestions or think that could be it before I buy any other parts. Thnanks in advance. Peaace

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Try a fresh install of windows, if this is the only cd/dvd drive and it's replacing the previous one look at the power requirement on the drives chances are they're gonna be the same but they might not be, so there is a chance that it's not the power supply, also check the jumper settings on the drive and make sure its set properly, do not use cable select, improper jumper settings and cable select can cause loss of functionallity in a device especially if its an ide/eide device, sometimes it will even cause the computer to not post or too post extremely slowly.

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