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What software did you load through the drive? Was it on a CD or DVD? It sounds like the drive itself is defective or intermittently faulty. Sometimes a drive that has problems works OK with CDs but not DVDs. (DVD media requires more optical power than CD media.)

I still think you should have Apple look at it. Your machine is under warranty, why not have them trouble shoot it rather than doing it yourself?

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