Need for DVD drive in Lenovo® ThinkCentre M90 Tower
Functionality of the DVD drive in Lenovo ThinkCentre M90 Tower
Lenovo’s ThinkCentre M90 Tower is an easy to manage desktop that supports the latest Secure Managed Client 2.0 and Intel vPro technologies for a full PC experience, data security, remote data management and worry free storage which reduce costs, downtime and deskside IT visits. ThinkCentre M90 tower desktops are designed with a convenient top power button, top handle and tilted front design of I/O ports for easy plug and play device access. It also has one cat foot cushion for considerably reduced table vibration. This desktop is mainly designed for large enterprise and mid market business. This desktop can run all genuine Microsoft Windows operating systems. It uses a 320GB 7200RPM SATA hard disk and DVD Recordable W7 Drive.
The following points give idea about the uses of DVD drive and the need for drivers for using this device:
- For recording
- For playing videos
- Need of drivers for using drive
Using DVD Recordable W7 drive, you can store any information on your desktop into CD or DVD. A DVD is an optical disk storage media format which is mainly used for video and data storage. You can write data into this DVD only by using the DVD drive. DVD drives have transfer rates of various capacities. They can store much more information than CDs. You can store your audio and video files of personal interest into the DVD permanently to serve your certain purposes in future.
For playing videos
DVD drives have the potential to read the files which are stored both on CDs and DVDs. They have the capability to play full length digital movies in a digital video format. You can also play games stored on DVD using this drive without storing the game on the computer. Videos playing in DVD drive have much more clarity than those on CD drive. DVD drive has an innovative content scramblig system which does not permit the users to copy disks.
Once you install your DVD drive, your system should automatically detect the drive and the indicator light should come on. There is really no problem for basic drives. However, for more advanced drives, you might be requested to install a driver for Windows to support other functions that it might have. Without the driver, the DVD cannot work. If you install a wrong driver, common problem includes things like “the driver device not being signed by window”, or “the Windows cannot detect the driver” or the “file cannot be installed."