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I suggest that you can use the other method to eject: press start and go to my computer, select the disk drive and you should see an eject option in the menu bar.Remember that disk drives are subject to computer admin and do not respond quickly to a button press, especially if a disk process in taking place...
What you might try is going to "My Computer" or "Computer", right clicking on the CD drive, and clicking "Eject". If that doesn't work, go find yourself a fairly small paper clip, stretch it out, and use it to poke that little hole on the disc drive itself that is a manual eject device.
If you go into the computer and open it look for the cd/dvd drive
highlight and right click it and go down to the properties
now click on recording up in the top right hand side of that box
then go down to and put a tick in the box where it says
Automatically eject the disc after a master burn then restart the laptop
this should then automatically eject after a burn
if it don't then
click on your computer icon
it should open it up and show you your hard drive/s
also the cd/dvd drives
if you highlight the cd/dvd drive then right click it and go down to eject hopefully this will eject it
also there is a small pin hole just beneath the push eject switch on the drive itself if you push something thin in there gently but firmly it should also eject the drive
hope this has helped you
please let us know if fixya has fixed it for ya
The DVD drive itself has a small horizontal 'eject' button that you can press to eject the disc. If the button fails the disc is stuck however the DVD drive will have a small hole near the eject button- about 2mm in diameter.
Straighten a paperclip or similar and push into the hole until the disc
drive mechanism releases and opens.
Have you tried a system restore to a date before you downloaded the file.
If it still persists go to my computer>properties>hardware tab>device manager and go down the list to cd/dvd drives, click on the '+' and right click on your listed drive and select uninstall.
restart the notebook and then the drive will be re installed with drivers automatically.