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Troubleshooting CD Problems
Many of today's CD-ROM drives are made quite inexpensively, often using cheaper parts. Sometimes, this can lead to premature wear on these parts, especially if you run a lot of software from the CD drive itself. This wear can sometimes result in more temporary and perhaps even permanent troubles in using the drive. With CD drives so inexpensive these days, it may be easier to simply replace the drive.