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Is it a CD player? Are you trying to play DVDs? Does the CD player show up in device manager? (Right click "My Computer", click Properties, Hardware Tab, Device Manager. If it doesn't show up at all then the drive probably needs to be replaced.
Have you try a Cleaning Disk.
Maybe you can use a compress air can (usually sell in pc/electronics stores) and clening up the laser lens.
Check for dirty on discs, water drops or scratches. Try another CD
Hope this help.
Hi, Dirty CDs can skip or just stop playing For best results, use a CD cleaning fluid and anti-static cloths made
for cleaning CDs. If these tips don't help you might have to buy
another copy of your CD, but first try it in another player because
some CD players are more sensitive than others to scratches.The last option is to replace the CD Head by taking to a nearest service provider.
If you disconnect one of the battery cables for about 30 sec and reconnect it, that will reset the CD player. Then you can put in the key and see if can eject the offending CD. My bet is that it won't. I own a 2006 with a failing CD (getting it replaced on warranty next week). The CD player in these cars is a real stinker. Nissan should be ashamed.