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Posted on 2011-02-15
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1. I have a Toshiba Pórtégé (pictured) and can't read the DVD.

2. I received a rackmount server in a cardboard box with a logo that has "dy" on it, the DVD keeps falling out.

What's wrong in each case?
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For the Toshiba pictured: It can read the DVD better if you close the drive.

For the dy computer: It's an HP, turn it right-side up and the discs will quit falling out.
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Either that or the DVD is supposed to be upside down in the picture.
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Well spotted Tommy, that's actually the picture that's on the box or the Toshiba, the DVD is upside down.
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Could be a two-sided DVD though.
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