I can't read a disk in my computor what can happen in the properties of windows cannot load the driver for this hardware device, the driver may be corrupted or missing (code 39) can anyone help

I went to put in a cd to look and he wanted to get on-screen computor Ive seen it before, but for some reason any it stoped working. I went on a local drive Q and click with the right button to open it, but then it reads that q:\ is not accessible. access denied

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Hello

1. on what application you are trying to read the disc?
2. don't you make changes to your computer because of which the question began?
3. is the relevant question to a specific application or a disk?
4. what operating system is installed on your computer?

There are many causes of Code 39 errors:
 
* A required device driver is missing.
* A required binary file is corrupted.
* There is a problem with the file I/O process.
* A pilot that refers to an entry point in another binary file cannot load.

If you use Windows 7, we will first open the convenience store hardware and devices to perform automatic troubleshooting services.

You can also click "Run now" to this article and check if this is useful.

http://support.Microsoft.com/mats/cd_dvd_drive_problems/en-us

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