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A CD Driver reading DVD's?

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I was wondering if there is a way to make a TEAC CD-W224E (a Standard CD drive for a Dell Laptop) read DVD's? I bought the Command and Conquer: The First Decade, and I can't play it, and it's driving me insane!?!

Any ideas?

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No. That is phisically impossible. You have to take out the CD drive and get a DVD drive.
If you are using a laptop, I would also check to see if it can actually play those games. The older games may be ok, I don't know about generals...
If you have not got the DVD, then the rest of the laptop probably wouldn't have the right specs...
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