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Laptop is Unable to read any type of CD Inserted...

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When I insert a CD into my laptop (of which I purchased in the May of 2007), my laptop doesn't appear to be able to read it and nothing pops up. No notices..nothing. Is it because I need some type of drive? So far I've noticed one, and that's a (C:) Disk drive. Is there more? Probably. This happened after my laptop was infected with spyware and a hardware type of killing virus. After it was cured, my whole system had to be restarted, but for some reason, Windows Vista is not present, QuickPlay is ineffective, and Microsoft Works Word had disappeared...what happened? Mainly, I just need an answer to why my Laptop is unable to read CD's. I really need it to. Any help, advice or concerns are greatly accepted. Please and thank you. :)
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