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My cd/ dvd will not eject or open how do i fix this

I did all the trouble shooting and it says everything is normal also i uninstalled and reinstalled still same problem it will not open. also my sd slot will not read my card how to i clean or repair

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    dvd inside, but open/close button not working. It stays on 0:00.

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Sounds like your talking about a cd/dvd for a pc, well windows
picks up the device and uses a driver it has you don't need to install anything. Use the emergency open, that is stick a paper clip into the little hole in front and push in just until the door starts to open, this way you check to make sure its not stuck. If you don't have an anti-static strap, touch the case and then unplug the cd player,start windows, shut down, now plug it in and restart, just go to my computer and it should be listed as a drive , if your hard drive is C, then if this is the only drive in it will be d,

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