Question about Dell Computers & Internet
Greetings from New Zealand! Not sure about laptops - but on a Desktop the DVD player has a tiny pinhole usually under/near the eject button. This is a manual eject & requires a straitened paperclip to poke in the hole which will mechanically release the DVD-drawer. Most service manuals warn that this should NOT be done too many times as it will eventually break the mechanism... I hope that this helps! GBU! - Bruce.
Posted on Apr 30, 2013
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