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Dell XPS m1330 Loud CD/DVD Drive Problem

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i've got a problem with my laptop cd/dvd driver..
the cd actually stuck inside and when i use to run the laptop it will boot from my cd and i'll not get my widow screen..any help plz..

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Good day,

try to look for a very tiny hole near the cover of your cd/dvdrom drive. if you locate this one, you can use a thin wire (straigthened paper clip will do) and push the wire through the hole until you fill some resistance. at this point, your cd/dvdrom drive cover should dislodge and you can eventually open it and get your stuck cd.

i hope this helps.

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