dvd /CD player on my desktop PC what process shhould \i use

Feb 1, 2018 4:49AM PST

The DVD/CD player buuilt into my PC PC has got damaged and does neither record or play backcan I just purchase an external DVD/CD player and connect yo my PC via USBand direct to electrical source

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Just an FYI
Feb 1, 2018 5:58AM PST

I bought an "internal" DVD burner/player for $20 and the store installed it for free right there on the spot. Took them maybe 15 minutes. But to answer your question, yes you can buy an external DVD burner/player for your, I assume, desktop PC.

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Re: external optical drive
Feb 1, 2018 8:53AM PST

It's as simple as that.

Maybe even simpler. 10 years ago I bought a drive that came with a USB Y-cable and didn't need power from the mains.

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