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Cd drive (or whatever the thing you put your cds in is called)

I have a problem. I put a cd into the cd drive, but when i wanted to retrieve it, it wouldn't come out. I pressed the eject button and nothing happened.You know how there's a flap that opens before the cd holder comes out and reveals the cd, well that wouldn't open either. Please Help!!!

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There will be a tiny hole below the flap..use a needle and push on it while pressing the eject button..it should open after a few tries! have the same problem on my optiplex 210L dell..hope it helps!

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The is a small hole next to the tray
Find a paper clip and gently puch the release the tray should open
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