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What Does an Optical Disk Drive Do?

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An optical disk drive is a storage device that uses light or lasers to store or retrieve information. Common types include CD or DVD drives.
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An optical drive is merely a CD or DVD drive. An optical drive uses disc and lasers to store and retrieve data. Your CD/DVD on your computer is an optical drive. So is the DVD player
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In a laptop, there is a kind of SATA cable called the Slimline connector which both carries information for the drive but also has a pin in it that carries current for power. In desktop
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LMAO an optical drive is any disc reading enclosure that utilizes an optical reading method (basically scanning the surface) to read data off discs. Optical drives now include blu
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History The first system for storing computer data on a compact disc was agreed upon by Sony and Phillips in 1985, but it wasn't until the early 1990s that these new storage units
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