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Dvd+Rw Malfunction

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first of all the problem in short is my dvd drive is not working properly, i have proven that it is not a problem with the drive so that leaves me with the fact that this computer messed it up. The symptoms are:
1. Inside Dvd Drive Properties/Auto Play, The Action Preformed By windows is stuck on music files, and when i change it to dvd movie, it goes back to music files like its default or somthing.
2. when i insert a dvd movie or any kinda disk, it will either say, Please Insert a Disk into F:, and sometimes it opens the drive but theres no files in it.
3. When Opening Dvd Drive's Property, It Veifies That It Is A CD Drive, NOT DVD Drive.

The things I Have Tried So Far Has Been, ReInstalling The Driver, Unpluging The Drive And Changing Cords, Switching The Dvd+RW With My Extra Dvd-Rom Drive And The Exact Thing Happens To It. Its just amazingly Retarded, one day 3 months ago, i was burning a movie, and half way through the burning process, it fails on me. At that moment i didnt think it was to seriouse, but that day forward the drive just hasnt loaded one disk. Im am not a computer expert and i dont know as much as most people but if anybody can help me with this problem i would extremly appriate it.

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