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I don't have experience with computers so don't know the name of the bit. It's on the left side - a tab you push and a 'tray' slides out (it's removable) but when I push the tray back in the button won't go back in. Please help
Dell laptops have a blank PCMCIA card to go into the slot when not in use to prevent dust and other harmful particles from entering the case. Try pushing the button back in before you insert the card.
Posted on Feb 12, 2009
It sounds like your referring to a cd rom drive(the unit you put your cd's in). It also sounds like it may have been pressed on way to hard. Anyway, try this, take a compressed air can(sold at most office supply stores and big box discount stores for around $5.00 a can) with the extension tube on, blow on and around the tab. Also, listen for any irregular sounds like something binding up. Under no circumstances use a loosening agent such as WD-40 or the likes there of. If the tab is truly broken your only recourse may be to purchase a new one. They are fairly cheap nowadays and real easy to install. If you do end up buying a new cd player and don't know what to do, come back to FixYa.com and post a new question i.e. "how do I install new cd player in my computer." I'm confident that someone will, if not me, be glad to assist you. I hope this helped a little.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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how does the pushfd operation push a value such as 00000A46 to the stack?It's just how the data is interpreted. The EFLAGS register is a set of 32 bits. If you divide the bits up into 8 groups of 4 (8*4=32), you can map each 4 bit chunk to a hexadecimal character (0..9,A-F). Likewise, you can convert the hexadecimal values back to a set of bits:
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