Question about HP Compaq Presario V6000T Notebook
It is doing it on it"s own with nothing in it
It may be worthwhile to take it out and shake it a bit (if anything is jamming it or the motor inside, it would instinctively eject the disk) then putting it back in. I doubt it's a virus, that would be an odd one. Either that or try using system restore to a point before it was a problem. If it doesn't make any sounds (or wierd ones) even spraying compressed air in there may help.
Also, it might help if you ran some diagonistics, usually pressing F12 while your computer has JUST turned on will take you to a menu that will let you select diagnostics. Although I'm unsure if desktop computers are equipped with them. Give it a try.
Hope this helps, stay spicy and happy lappying! :)
Posted on Dec 16, 2008
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