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computer noobie.. please help?


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Mr.Panda

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Hey guys/gals, im new here but i have a problem with my d drive and e drive. my e drive is a cd/dvd burner. this started happening quite recently. i put in a cd-rom but my comp doesnt play it. it just makes those noises it usually makes when its reading it and stops. when i go to autoplay, it does the same thing. when i eject the disk, the disk is ejected and it pops up a little screen that says

gcasDtServ.exe - no disk
there is no disk in the drive. please insert a disk into drive d

and then it lists the options - cancel, try again, continue.

then when u press continue this pops up:
setup.exe - no disk
there is no disk in the drive. please insert a disk into drive d.
and then it lists the options - cancel, try again, continue.

i dunno what to do guys/gals, does anyone have any suggestions, please? thanks so much.
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Hi,

gcasDtServ.exe is some kind of beta spyware program, I am not real sure if it is trusted maybe its ok I don't know but I would scan for spyware and viruses and disable it with msconfig and see if it helps.

Rick
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thanks rick ill give it a try.
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