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C&C First Decade DVD Won't Load


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Take the drive out of the PC, look at the model number that's on the label on the top of the drive. Check that the model number supplied by Windows is the correct one.
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It does match.

It now does not read any disc I put in it (this was before I took it out). I'm thinking the drive is just fried, this happened to an older computer I used to have. I think its still under warranty so I might just replace it.
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If it now doesn't read anything then it's a door stop.
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Yeah I figuired. Thanks for all the help, if they is a kudos or thanks system of the new version of these forums, I'd be happy to give them to you.
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