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Goto media player and select eject or from Mycomputer, right click the dvd/cd icon and select eject.
If it's without power then there should be a tiny hole on front of dvd bezel and insert a thin wire or paper clip and it should pop out.
The slot will be there in the left hand side of the computer.. It will look like a slot rather than a tray so please use that.. In order to take a disk out of the computer floow these steps Normally the studio laptops have soft eject for the CD and they dont have a button.. Press and hold the Fn key and then press the F10 key to eject the cd.. Another way is get into computer.. Right click on the DVD/cd rom drive and click on eject... This will work....
Try to take the disk out of the computer using the following option
the studio laptops have soft eject for the CD and they dont have a
button.. Press and hold the Fn key and then press the F10 key to eject
the cd.. Another way is get into computer.. Right click on the DVD/cd
rom drive and click on eject... This will work....
If its still not working callup Dell to fix the issue since it might be a issue with the DVD drive even
Normally the studio laptops have soft eject for the CD and they dont have a button.. Press and hold the Fn key and then press the F10 key to eject the cd.. Another way is get into computer.. Right click on the DVD/cd rom drive and click on eject... This will work....
Turn On Your PC Have you ever noticed the messages
that pop up on the screen as soon as you turn on your PC? These messages
tell you a key combination you can press to enter "Setup" or the
"BIOS." Watch your screen and see if you can read what keys to press.
the Keys to Enter Setup Mode If you did not see a message
telling you what keys to press, try tapping the following possibilities
as you turn on the machine:
pressing Esc or other key, you will most likely
see instructions telling you how to enter "Setup Mode". Follow those
On some computers, you
must hold down the key before you press the power button to
turn on the computer. For example, if you are converting a Toshiba
laptop to a Linux Workstation, you must hold down the Esc
key and then press the power button. The computer then asks you to
press F1, and you can then set the "Boot Priority."
the Arrow Keys, Choose the "Boot," "Boot Order," or "Boot Priority"
Option The menu of choices you see will be different for
different kinds of computers. Remember that the choice you want is the
"Boot" order or "Boot Priority." On some computers, this is called the
"Start Up Options" or "Start Up Sequences." You are going to change
where the PC will look for boot information when it starts up. (CD-ROM, HARD DRIVE/HDD, LAN, FLOPPY, USB). If you wish to boot from your Hard drive, then select it as your First Priority.
Using the instructions on the screen, save your settings and start up
your PC. The PC must boot from the HDD. Regrds
Look for a key labeled "Fn" (blue lettering) on the lower left side of the keyboard
Hold the "Fn" key and then use the Up/Down arrows to adjust brightness.
If that doesn't work, reboot your laptop and get into the BIOS. There is a screen for brightness. I don't recall how it is labeled, but it's one of the last pages as you cycle through the BIOS options.
It sounds like you have a bad AC adapter . When you plug it in to the outlet in the wall and into your computer , do you see a charge indicator light on the computer? I'm asking you this because even with a bad battery your computer should operate without any problems with the AC adapter plugged in.