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There is no eject button in my dell Studio 1740...the touch button doesnot work..and so, i eject CD/DVD manually from 'my computer'... and now, a Cd stuck inside the Laptop...what can I do ?

Core i5... 17 inch wide screen

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    leslieaiello Mar 23, 2013

    Mine is doing the exact same thing. It is a hassle to have to go into the dvd program to eject. How do you activate the eject button (which I assume is the arrows located next to the play,stop,etc...above the keyboard). Shouldnt that button work? All of the other CD related buttons next to it work.

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I am on a Dell 17 inch Inspiron.Click on your flag at bottom left,click on all programs,Click on power dvd dx,then click on eject.

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Have you already tried to mannually open the tray, by inserting a thin straight object (like a unbent paper clip) in the manual eject hole on the optical disk drive? The hole exists for that pupose.

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If you look at the front of the CD drawer you will see a little hole which will take a strong paper clip when it is straightened out.

Push the paper clip into that hole press firmly and the drawer will release so that you can get your disc out

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