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DVDs won't play anymore... :confused:

Discussion in 'Hardware' started by moOse123, Oct 25, 2006.

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  1. moOse123

    moOse123 Thread Starter

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    Now my computer is quite old... i'll be the first to admit that, but up until recently i was still able to play DVDs on it. Now when i plonk my DVD into my DVD drive, the drive appears to be working away, but then eventually nothing happens.. it doesnt even say a dvd is in the drive in my computer. This confuzzles me as it still reads CDs.
    I reckon it might be somthing to do with my DVD decoder or something like that, my DVD drive is a "QSI DVD-ROM SDR-081".

    Any help would be great as i recently was hired for Blockbusters, and as a result i have a lot of free DVDs i want to watch! ;)

    Cheers
     
  2. eroutt36

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    to you the latest firmware for the drive
     
  3. moOse123

    moOse123 Thread Starter

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    where would i get that then?
     
  4. eroutt36

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    manf. website or try driverguide.com they have a huge archive for alot of the older devices
     
  5. moOse123

    moOse123 Thread Starter

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    ok cool, ill check them out.. thanks
     
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