Question about Everex Computers & Internet
Turn the power off before you try this. There's a small hole in front of most CD drives. You can straighten out a paper clip and try pushing it into the hole. It should go in about 1/4 to 1/2 inch and then stop. Press just a little harder and it may push open the tray and eject the CD. If there's not a CD in it, it may move it enough that it will reset itself. Once the tray is open, and the CD removed, you can power on your system. It should pull the CD tray back in. Once your system boots, try the eject button to see if it works.
Posted on Dec 02, 2008
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