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Originally Posted by HuskyBlack1 View Post
Right. I'm just wondering if this is a legitimate sign of failure. Has anyone else had this problem?
Let's look at things this way. If it is a legitimate sign of failure...what are you going to do about it? Are you immediately going to purchase a brand new optical drive & replace it?

If it isn't a legitimate sign of failure...then you may be "stressing" over nothing!

What I'm trying to say is...use it till it fails...then replace it if you want/need to. You already mentioned that you don't use it very often...so it will probably be fine for another 10 years...and by then...you will have moved on to a newer computer.

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