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    My laptop's CD driver doesn't work. It can only drive a complete new CD at best. How can I deal with it? Or how can I repair the CD?
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    (Original post by ttlotus)
    My laptop's CD driver doesn't work. It can only drive a complete new CD at best. How can I deal with it? Or how can I repair the CD?
    I have the same problem. Portable drives are £10 on eBay and they work perfectly.
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    (Original post by ttlotus)
    My laptop's CD driver doesn't work. It can only drive a complete new CD at best. How can I deal with it? Or how can I repair the CD?
    Are you talking about the actual dvd drive? or a CD?

    Optical drives are replaceable, at the bottom it will have 2 screws specifically for it than slot it out, and than slot a new one in.
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    Who the hell still uses a DVD drive?
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    http://www.amazon.co.uk/Duronic-Exte...3786374&sr=8-1

    Somethink like this...
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    (Original post by vedderfan94)
    I have the same problem. Portable drives are £10 on eBay and they work perfectly.
    Which kind of Portable drives? Are they USB ones or replacing ones slotted in as Iqbal007 descibed?
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    (Original post by ttlotus)
    Which kind of Portable drives? Are they USB ones or replacing ones slotted in as Iqbal007 descibed?
    the one he gave is an external one where you connect up with a usb.


    http://www.ebuyer.com/search?page=1&...tersubcat=2307

    these are the ones where you replace the internal one.
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    (Original post by ttlotus)
    Which kind of Portable drives? Are they USB ones or replacing ones slotted in as Iqbal007 descibed?
    USB ones. They'd probably be better in case you need to use it on another computer or laptop and are usually cheaper too.
 
 
 
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