Can't read CDs

  sub0 15:26 30 Jun 06

Hi, does anyone know what may be done about this:

Whatever CDs I put into my laptop, when I look at the drive in Explorer, there is nothing there and Windows says there is 0 bytes of free space on the disk, and 0 bytes of data stored on it.
I have tried using another drive - a DVD/RW instead of a CD drive, but the problem hasn't gone away.
It recognises whatever disk is in the drive when the computer starts up, but if I take the disk out and try to put it or another disk in, it won't recognise it. It does, however, know that there is a disk in it.

Any ideas?

  Fruit Bat /\0/\ 16:56 30 Jun 06

1. Close all Open Applications
2. Press ctrl + alt + delete and open the Task Manager (or use your preferred method)
3. Click the Processes tab
4. Scroll down to and highlight explorer.exe
5. Click the End Process tab
6. Task Manager Warning - Click Yes
Explorer will now close and only the Task Manager will remain Open
7. Click File or the Applications tab
8. Click New Task
This will bring up the Create New Task requester
9. In the Open: dialogue box type explorer.exe and click OK
Explorer and your Desktop will reload
10. Close the Task Manager and the registry tweak will take effect

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