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I have , I tried to insert a disk into the disk drive (internal disk drive), and to my surprise I see that the computer does not recognize the disk at all.
I went into "my computer" and there I noticed that drive D did not appear at all.
Needless to say, everything worked fine until .. (maybe I did system updates and it happened?).

I would be happy to receive your help.

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Quote by meir4321

I deleted ... still not working

After deleting, did you restart the system? 

 

If so - try the following action ->

Turn off the computer - Turn the computer over - Remove the screw marked in the picture and remove the drive. 

Turn on the system (without the drive) and let the operating system boot up and then shut down the computer neatly.

Replace the drive - lock it with the screw. And try again.

 

Please note that your computer is Lenovo IdeaPad 330-15IGM 81D1

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