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stevenmorawski

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hey is there anyone out there that can help me i have a computer with win xp pen 4 and one tearabit of ram i need a driver for my creative 2240e dvd rom and all the sights out there want you to download some stupid money grabbing updater and i will not pay overe the net to meny hackers out there can anyone help me find a place to download this driver for free :)
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A terabyte of RAM? That's interesting :)

You don't need a driver for your DVD-ROM. Windows will have one already. You don't need to buy anything.
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k you say i don't need a driver for this but why wont it play dvd s only cds what am i doing wrong and my os is xp and when i check the driver it only has a cd-rom driver not a dvd driver so what do i do :)

Edited by stevenmorawski, 11 March 2010 - 05:07 PM.

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k you say i don't need a driver for this but why wont it play dvd s only cds what am i doing wrong and my os is xp and when i check the driver it only has a cd-rom driver not a dvd driver so what do i do :)


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Welcome to Geeks To Go!

It may be a software problem, not your CD/DVD-ROM drive. Windows XP cannot play DVD-movies without installing additional software. "VLC media player" is one of the few free ones that can play DVD-movies:
http://www.videolan.org/vlc/

Edited by phillipcorcoran, 11 March 2010 - 07:32 PM.

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i already have vlc player but the dvd drive dose not read the disk
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