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In a laptop drive, there is a small hole in the door near the "open" button. Gently push a straightened-out paper clip into the hole and the drive will open.
In full-size drives used in desktops, the hole is usually under the tray. Again, push a straightened-out paper clip into the hole to open the tray. Once the tray slides out you can open it the rest of the way by hand.
As per your information you done all the basic work. Hope you use little bit of oil drop in the side of the tray. If not then try that .If no success then there is a small spring available for tray in and out function. You have to change that spring from a service center or if possible then at home.
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HI Buddy If your cd drive not opening no prob haah,, i have solution to open this, near by your cd room button there would be whole tiny whole ok, you have to do that when u pressed the button same time your have to entered the pin in to whole then your cd drive will come out easily.
if u will suceed then reply me plz ok best of luck.
you will have to open this unit up, sounds as thought the units slider has passed the spring sensor.
with the unit open manually open the tray, there should be a spring lock release on the right with it upside down facing you. slide the tray all the way back in until you hear it click and lock.
You may want to do this several times to make sure no plastic pieces have broken off.
If you see or find a piece come out then achances are the spring lock mechanism has snapped, not uncommon on this drive.
The screws are easily located on the bottom.