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"Lee Beck" <LeeBeck@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
>I used my optical drive LG-GSA 4163B fine for a couple of months, then
> getting BSOD whenever I try to do anything relating to the DVD-RAM
> capabilities, and also when trying to install some beta softwate from an
> disc. I'm thinking that somewhere along the way something has gotten
> corrupted or damaged. I decided to repair vista rather than to reinstall.
> think I've gone too far downstream to use the restore function.
> I inserted the vista install disc and can't find a repair routine. Is
> one? Can I repair my copy of vista?