CDs won't start on my computer

There are several possible causes and solutions when a CD does not start on your computer. One of the most common reasons is that the disk drive is not properly connected or powered on. Check that all cables are securely connected and that power is supplied. If not, reconnect them according to the computer's instructions.

Another possible cause is your computer settings. Many computers have both CD and DVD drives, so you may need to change your computer's settings to make it recognise the type of disc you are trying to use. Go into your computer's system preferences and make sure it is set for CDs.

If none of these solutions work, the problem may be with the drive itself. Check the CD for small scratches or dirt that may prevent the disc from restoring properly. You can also try inserting it into several discs and see if any of them will recognise and read it.

Finally, if none of these steps work, you may need to seek help from a specialist. A technician can examine your computer and disk to determine the cause of the problem and suggest a solution. Contacting customer service with the specific model number may also help resolve the problem.

Whatever the reason for the CD not turning on on your computer, there are a number of possible solutions you can try before seeking professional help. First, try the following steps to see if you can restart the drive.

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