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CD REBOOTS EVERY TIME I PUT A CD IN DRIVE

Everytime I Put a cd in my machine it reboots the computer has anyone had the same problem and if so how dit they fix it

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  • mike varnadoe Nov 23, 2007

    i have the same computer and the same problem, it only reboots itself when i try to open a cd.... the only thing i can assume as to i have checked and recheck everything i can think of is that just maybe the power supply is overloading,, if anyone has this same problem please let me know if you figure it out. thanks

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I had system crashed when my computer couldnt handle a game, but never with a cd. Hmmm, did you check the wiring inside?

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