My touchscreen is out on my kw av x800 ,so in order to get my cd/dvd/sd card out i just push and hold the open/eject button down for 5 sec or so then let go,and it will open then just push again to close
I was having a problem similiar to this. The solution to my problem was that I had to have the radio taken apart because the SD card had popped out of the slot and was not letting the face slide down to eject. It cost me about $40. Now I just load all my movies and music to my 160 GB HDD and watch them from there. It will also be a good thing if I decide to sell the radio (which I won't) because the CD/DVD laser will be almost new. If you had an SD card in the slot, it might have come out.
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Take a Norwegian paper-clip, and straighten one end.
Insert that end into the small hole in the faceplate of the CD-drive,
and push until you feel resistance.
Then, push another 1/4 inch (6 mm) to "unlock" the drawer.
Then, push the open/close button, and the motors should push the tray completely open.
Then, insert the original Acer "System Restore" CD, close the tray, and restart your computer. Tell it to boot from the CD.
When it does, it will start to reinstall Windows.
Normally on the drawer that you use to put in the CD there is a very tiny hole, look closely for it. Take a paperclip and straighten it out, insert it into the hole and push. This should help open the door. You might have to pull the drawer out the rest of the way but you should be able to get it out.
If you take a paper clip and straighten it, there is a little hole in the front of the CD drive, push the paper clip into it and your CD drive will get pushed open. This will get a CD out, but will not fix it.
Try re-seating, or connecting a different power cable to the back of the CD drive. Does your PC even recognize that the CD drive is present?
Most of the time the CD drive needs to be replaced.... they are very cheap.
If you look on the side edge of your laptop (more than likely the right side) you should see a CD/DVD drive bay with a small button. Just press that and it should pop out enough for you to finish pulling it out.
The other way to do it is to open "My Computer", right click on the icon that says "CD/DVD" and select "Eject".
In the front side of the dvd drive you will see a small hole ...so to eject that cd put one niddle in that hole and . Now
press the button at just after that apply a force on niddle .suddenly
you will notice that cd will come outside ,if not try more times and
you will learn to eject the cd when you are unable to do it by pressing
the eject button... ------------------------------------------- Low feed backs hurt my
ratings and I am tring to help you with your problem,so let me know
that the information i given you is helpfull or not.
There some few tips you can try. Power down the computer then open the cd tray by inserting a sharp object in the small hole near the tray. Look for this hole, then using the sharp object push it pretty hard. With the other hand try to pull the tray out. Once you've pulled it power on the computer (with the cd-rw's tray opened) and watch what the cd-rw is actually doing now. If after it retracts the tray it is doing the same, you will need to dissasemble it. If you are willing to try this, please post another message and also specify there what did the cd-rw drive do when you've applied the method i've told you before.