USB 2.0 External Drive DVD VCD CD RW Drive Burner

I will be the first to admit that when it comes to tech, I love to use it.  But when something goes wrong, I go running.  For example, 2 days ago I went to turn my television on.  Sound was coming out but no picture.  So I asked my good friend Google what I should do.  It told me to unplug it for a minute and turn it back on.  Easy enough.  I done that several times.  So I read what to do if that don’t work.  The instructions was to pull my 65” television out and remove the back. That is where I panicked.  It was giving me instructions about a bulb or something inside.  I knew I couldn’t do it, John was about as knowledgeable as I was with that.  So we had to make a decision.

A.) Go without Television

B.)  Get in our emergency money and buy a new television

We chose option B.  Which landed with us downsizing to a 55” tv, but this one is a smart tv, I guess the other one was dumb?

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I knew I would be the one rehooking cable and all the other devices we have so I told John I would unhook each thing and put it straight in the tv.  I thought it was a plan, but it wasn’t.  I guess the back was different so things needed hooked up different.  It took me several hours but I finally got the cable hooked up.   The next day I managed the dvd player and ROKU.  Our WII that we didn’t use anyways is now  stored for some other time.

That is just one example of me and hooking a tech item.

The laptop I am using has been without a CD Rom for awhile now, mainly because I didn’t know how to fix it when it stopped.  It has been a pain not having it but I have managed.  Then I heard about a external CD Rom, DVD from a company called Novapolt.  I really wanted it but just wasn’t sure if it would involve me doing a lot of work to get it to work.

It came in the mail and I opened the box.  Wondering who I knew that would help me to get it working right.  To my surprise I didn’t have to do anything to get it going!  Well, I did have to stick a USB cord in the side of my laptop.

It plays discs really well, as well as software – it even burns disc.  I really wish I had of known about this sooner. 

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Here is more info about it from the company:

  • √ This cd dvd drive is compatible with WindowsXP / Windows 2003 / Windows 8 Vista / 7, Linux, Mac10 OS, Macbook Pro with el capitan – os x 10.11
  • * √ This external dvd drive, external cd drive supports plug and play. No need to install any driver – Fully compatible with USB 2.0 / USB 1.0
  • * √ This dvd drive, cd drive is powered by attached USB connector no need for any other power source or to install any driver program, just connect it to any PC or MAC with the USB connector, then it will read the disc automatically.
  • * √ This superdrive, external dvd burner is for PC, ultrabook or netbook you can playback CD and DVD, and record CD and DVD which will give you perfect effect when you are watching DVD videos, installing software, or create backup discs, etc.
  • * √ This ultra slim external dvd cd rom drive adopted with USB 2.0 technology allows for faster data transfer speed than the USB 1.0 but it is compatible with USB 1.1 ports

It is available on Amazon and at a great price of $24.99

How are you when it comes to repairing tech items?  Leave a comment below!

Disclaimer:  The item I discussed in this post was sent to me in exchange for me sharing my unbiased opinion of it.  All opinions are 100% my own and may or may not differ from yours

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