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Cd rom door won't open, and it won't play

I recently put together a custom build system
I have a
Asus mobo P5K3 Deluxe
2 Sata Opticals
2 Sata HDD
I IDE HDD
At first DVD drives were working fine. Then I upgraded to Service Pack 2 and after that the drives stopped working. I bought two new drives and they wouldn't work either. Right now I have 2 Sata DVD drives that the BIOS sees it, Windows XP Pro sees it. I have uninstalled the drives and windows re installs them fine. You see them in My computer. But when you try to open them they wont open and you can't get them to play. Any suggestions?

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Reisntall system without service pack 2
Reintall devices not working.

Or uninstall drives reinstall sp2
then reinstall drives

Personally I would leave sp2 uninstalled
but if it is installed prior to the drives it
might recognize them (microsoft likes to be 1st)

Posted on Nov 29, 2007

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