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Where do I find the manafacturer for my dvd driver. Details please?
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If you mean the driver for your DVD-ROM drive in your computer do this:

Right click "my computer", click properties
Click the hardware tab
Click the device manager button
expand "DVD/CD-Rom drives"
right click on your DVD drive and click properties
Click the Driver tab

That should show you, although if it's for a dvd rom, it's most likely Microsoft.
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Open My Computer. Right click on your DVD-ROM Drive. Select Properties. On the new screen, select the Settings tab. In the first portion of that window, the manufacturer and model information will appear next to Name:
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What exactly are you trying to accomplish? Do you want to burn DVDs? Play DVDs? Are you getting an error message when you try to use your DVD-ROM drive?
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If you are using an OS like XP, Win2k or Vista, you don't need a special driver for a DVD drive, as the drivers are built into those OS's and are generic.
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