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sure it has power (ejects). Check Device Manager in Safe Mode by pressing F8
during boot. Right click My Computer > Manage. Select Device Manager >
View > Show Hidden Devices. Now delete all DVD/CD-ROMs and reboot. Windows
will say "New Hardware Found" and install.
BIOS by pressing F key (correct F key is noted during boot) and make sure
BIOS see's the Optical Drive.
Try to take the disk out of the computer using the following option
the studio laptops have soft eject for the CD and they dont have a
button.. Press and hold the Fn key and then press the F10 key to eject
the cd.. Another way is get into computer.. Right click on the DVD/cd
rom drive and click on eject... This will work....
If its still not working callup Dell to fix the issue since it might be a issue with the DVD drive even
Normally the studio laptops have soft eject for the CD and they dont have a button.. Press and hold the Fn key and then press the F10 key to eject the cd.. Another way is get into computer.. Right click on the DVD/cd rom drive and click on eject... This will work....
I have had a few laptop dvd drives faIL, well sata drives anyway.
you could try removing the dvd drive, usually 1 screw holding it in. and re fitting it.
use a head cleaning disk or a can of compressed air (Air duster) to make sure no fluff or hairs are on the laser.
If all else fails look on ebay for a replacement, usually about £20
First Go to control panel- System icon- Hardware Tab- Device manager Expand the CD/DVD roms- Right click on your CD/DVD drive and Uninstall it.
Now download the utility from the following link and just run it on your system. http://www.dougknox.com/xp/utils/XP_CD-DVD-Fix.zip
It will take a quick minute to run this utility.
After this restart your computer. It should work fine
You can see a hole located on the tray of the cd rom drive. Commonly seen beside the button to eject the cd out. Grab a small pin and push the hole and this should eject the tray. Close the tray again by pressing the button. Eject it using the button. If everything still failed, call up Dell to have the CD Rom Drive replaced.
In the front side of the dvd drive you will see a small hole ...so to eject that cd put one niddle in that hole and . Now
press the button at just after that apply a force on niddle .suddenly
you will notice that cd will come outside ,if not try more times and
you will learn to eject the cd when you are unable to do it by pressing
the eject button... ------------------------------------------- Low feed backs hurt my
ratings and I am tring to help you with your problem,so let me know
that the information i given you is helpfull or not.
Hi!This is not a big problem...All you have do is take a pin, needle or something and just insert it into the small hole near your cd-rom drive..try this repeatedly while pressing the eject button..If it doesn't work you will have to unscrew the two screws on the right of your keyboard..doing this will give you the access to the cd tray and you can remove the cd and put it back together..