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Installing the DVD Drive
And What About DVD Troubleshooting?
Installing your DVD drive into your case is similar to installing a hard drive into your computer system. Or adding external DVD drives to your system (simple plug-in). DVD troubleshooting of your drive requires finding the root cause of the problem.
While there is still a need for DVDs (at least to watch or run your old DVD copies), they are not as important as they used to be.
Many computer users find that they can download the video, or files, or graphics onto a flash drive and use that flash more easily (because not all computer systems have a DVD drive).
However it is important to understand the process of installation of your drive and to understand how to troubleshoot if, or when, necessary.
Therefore, the next step in the computer build is to install your drive.
Install Floppy Drive
Finally, if you have a floppy disk drive to install:
That's it for installing the DVD and floppy drives. You can also use external DVD drives (outside of the case); these are easy, plug in systems.
If your system needs DVD troubleshooting for drive issues, check out the computer troubleshooting page for more information.
Next up are graphics and sound cards...
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