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June 25, 2007, 4:28 pm
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think it is the motor that will not spin. Could that be a driver
(software problem) in the device manager it says that it is working
I have seen drives on ebay for sale. Are notebook drives all the same
as to placement and configuration of the plug at the back? If so if I
would get one from ebay might I just replace it with a CD player
instead of a DVD player? I never used the DVD much. And or could I
possibly replace it with a burner either CD-R CD-RW and or DVD-RW
instead of a player? Do burners have differently configured plugs on
the back Vs a player?
Re: Are notebook Optical drives created equal for installation?
The rear plugs are fairly common. Many drives use an adapter between the
drive and the laptop.
The hard part to match is the front plate. I've got a DVD-RW DL drive to
upgrade my HP laptop. The drive fits and works fine, but I can't put the
front face on it.
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