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« on: November 29, 2007, 08:40:17 PM »

I have a Asus 3500N Laptop with a QSI DVD ROM SDR83 drive. I powered on the laptop today and all of a sudden my DVD ROM drive does not work. I have un-installed it thru the Device Manager and Windows reconized it and loaded it. I see it in My Computer, but when I load a cd in it and try to open/explore it, it keeps telling me it cant due to an I/O issue. Help!!
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« Reply #1 on: December 03, 2007, 09:06:38 AM »

Please note the exact error message and put it up here.

Also go to your Event Viewer and see if you can spot any errors there.

Go to Control Panel -> Administrative Tools -> Event Viewer

There are three possibilities you can check there: System, Application and Security

You'd be looking at errors in System and quite possibly in Application, the last possibility has nothing to do with this fault.

See if you can spot anything amiss in either of the two I pointed to and then post whatever error you find here.

Good luck

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