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Re: Laptop CD player, audio CDs, no sound (Fedora 8)

 On Wed, May 14, 2008 at 10:40:04AM -0400, Don Levey wrote: 
> <sigh>  I was afraid of that.  Is replacing a laptop optical drive as 
> easy as a desktop?  The last laptop died before the CD drive went. 

No, but the degree of difficulty is dependent on the exact 
model. If this is a standard slide-out laptop unit, all the 
difficulty will be in figuring how to open the case. Then it's a 
matter of disconnecting the drive, replacing it, reconnecting 
it, and closing the case. 


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