DVD/CD Rom Drive on Window7

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  1. Leev

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    I just installed Windows 7 (from USB) and when trying to install Office from DVD found out that my computer cannot read DVDs anymore. For CDs it works fine.
    I have TSST corp CD/DVDW TS-H652L ATA device (HP desktop).
    Tried updating driver, removing device and reinstalling,... no matter what I do - CDs can be read, DVDs cannot (I can't read even DVDs I had burned with same device before going to W7).

    Anyone has any clue what could be the problem?

    Thanks in advance for any hints you can give me. Getting frustrated here :-S
     
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    it acts like there is no disc - doesn't open autoplay or when I try to open the drive in explorer, asks me to insert disc
     
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    In BIOS i don't know how to look :)
    But in Device Manager it lists the full name of device - CD/DVDW TS-H652L
    I tried to List Volumes (in command prompt - diskparts) and it says also there I have Type DVD-ROM unit on D:
    but if I have a DVD in when going to D:, says device is not ready or has no media if i have DVD disc inside (or nothing) while if I have a CD inside it works without a problem.
     

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