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How to eject the disk from slot disk drive
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
The optical drive is shot. You can put a drive from another machine or brand in the drive carrier as long as it fits. I've had some drives that the face plate is too long to fit, and others where I trimmed the face plate a bit and made it fit.
Posted on Jul 11, 2008
It's probably a driver issue, I know this because I reinstalled WIN7 Pro, because of some experimenting and it was after the reinstall that media wouldn't eject using the touch-bar ejecter, although I was able to get everything else working flawlessly. No problem though, just open My Computer, right click on the CD/DVD Drive and click eject from the pulldown menu. Currently I'm looking for the driver fix, but haven't found it YET~! P.S. Anyone who thinks or says it's the BIOS is crazy... don't listen to them. It's more than likely a chipset driver because it's hardware, but don't rule proprietary software. Hope this helps~!
Posted on Jan 12, 2010
SOURCE: slot load cd player keeps
I have had this happen, but there may be more than one problem causing it, so there may be more than one solution. One thing is: are you trying to put a DVD in a CD rom? Most of the newer ones are also a DVD player, but it never hurts to check. It will not read it, and may reject (eject) it. There may be scratches or other damage on the disk, causing the laser not to read it. I have found that sometimes you can turn the disk 1/4 or 1/2 turn and it will read it, I don't know why. (This is a common problem with playing cd's in a car stereo - often they will continue to eject it until you rotate it a bit.) If your disk has scratches, fingerprints, or dust on it, you can clean it with a mechanical cleaner. I bought one at Wal-Mart and it has cleaned many disks that I thought were useless. Cleaning by using a soft rag and soapy water my work, but may also cause even more scratches, so I would not recommend it.
Posted on Aug 30, 2010
SOURCE: The disk in my dell
If you look at the front of the CD drawer, you should see a tiny hole. That hole is to allow the removal of a disk that will not eject.
Find yourself a paper clip and straighten it out except for the shortest bend and form it into the shape of a letter L.
With the rest of the clip looking nice and straight push it into the hole gently and that wil actuate the mechanism that will release the disk.
Hope that helps.
Posted on Nov 21, 2010
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