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Windows 7/blu-ray drive/Normal CD's


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Hey guys,
Just a quick one, my mate is installing windows 7 64bit on a custom machine, it has installed fine from a DVD and is running fine, but the blu-ray drive will not recognise normal CD's. DVD's are fine. now it IS meant to read them as it says so on the front of the drive, and it worked before. any suggestions?
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