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CD doesn't get out of the DVD/CD driver

I placed a CD into the Averatec All in one PC and copied some files onto the hard drive. After that I could not get CD out neither by software (clicking on Eject) nor by pressing the Eject button on the side of PC.
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Does your operating system recognize the cd? You can check by attempting to browse the contents of the drive. If you can view the contents of the cd then try restarting. If you can't look for a small pin hole in the front of the cd/dvd drive. This is a manual release mechanism. Take a paper clip unbend it and gently push into the hole until the drive releases. Be gentle but forceful if you will.

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