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Cd rom drive is stuck closed, done everything i can think of to get open, don't want to break anything, pls. help, thanx, deige.

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Quasi every cd rom had a little hole for emergency eject,you can put a paper clip on it for opening the lock when the computer is off. Also under the laptop must be a screw which take the cd-rom on place.Removing only this screw you can remove entire cd-rom drive by pulling it out. You can do this with laptop turned off and the battery removed. Never use excessive force.. Hope this can help - Bye

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I can't install cd's on computer


It is my pleasure to guide you.

Go to the Control Panel > double click the System icon > Hardware tab > Device Manager >
Look for your CD Rom in the DVD/CD drives listing, press the + sign to open it.

You should see two drives, if you have two CD Rom drives. Double click on one at a time. This opens the Properties of the drive. The Device status should say it is working properly. If it does not say that, close properties and right click the drive and uninstall. Close out everything and reboot. Windows may ask to reboot, say yes.

After boot up Windows should re-intall the CD Rom drive drivers. After all is done, try the CD Rom again.

Good luck and please post back that you are successful or that I can be more helpful.

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This is a common problem with many older units.
When you press eject the light flashes on the box
and the screen says" Open tray" bu nothing happens.

The cause is a weak eject motor , that is unable to
break the magnetic seal holding the cd rom against the
spindle .

If you press eject wait 1 second then smack the top
of the box HARD right over the cd rom drive your tray will
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The fix for this is to clean out the drive and re-lube all the
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so it holds the cd with a little less force .That will enable
the motor to break the seal with out stallingout



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I have a HP PC and the DVD CD Rom keeps opening and closing by it self. How can I fix it?


First, with the power off, open the computer case and disconnect the 4-pin power plug from the drive. Then at least the drive won't open and close while you try to figure out what's wrong.

One possibility is that the front panel open/close button on the drive is sticking. Then the drive thinks you're always pressing the button. In that case, replace the drive. New DVD/CD burner drives are only $30 or so, so it isn't worth repairing one. I think you'll probably find the drive is just faulty.

Another possibility is that your computer has a virus. Random drive opening and closing was caused by a virus going around a while ago. I don't remember the virus name, but it was quite a while ago. Still, it's worth checking unless you're absolutely sure you have up-to-date antivirus software and you've been scanning your computer regularly. I would suggest downloading the free version of MalwareBytes' Anti-Malware and doing a complete scan to see if it finds anything. If it does, let it correct the problem.

If it turns out to be a virus problem, don't forget to plug the power connector back into the CD drive when you've cleared the trouble.

Hope this helps, and thanks for using Fixya!

Feb 26, 2010 | E-Machines emachines (emachinees) CD-ROM...

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My cd-rom drive keeps on opnening and closing?can you help me? i remove the IDE cable but it still opens and close...TNX


Dude CD ROM's are designed to close all by themselves in case if there is anything stuck in between,just unplug the CD Rom,and u might find a small hole,kindly punch in it using a pin so that the front portion of cd rom will open and clean up the entire drive using a soft brush(b careful about lens present inside)and fix it back and check out whether it works out

Nov 10, 2009 | LG CED 8120B CD-RW Burner

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I have a similar kind of problem...


Hi,

Thanks for coming to FixYa, The problem you have is either a well documented software problem or a failing drive.

Click the below link, then scroll down and click the "Fix It" button. Follow the onscreen instructions, restart when it's done and see if your drive re-appears. If it does, you're done, if it doesn't work then your drive is most likely failed and you should replace it.

www.microsoft.com/kb/341060/

Hope this helps FixYa,


Chris

Jul 16, 2009 | HP (dc197x) CD-RW/DVD-ROM Combo Drive

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CD ROM is jammed-wont open


This has happened to me. Sometimes when I'm in a hurry I'll place a CD or DVD in the tray and start to close it without making sure that the disk is seated flat in the tray. If it's ****-eyed the CD wil shatter when the tray is closed. The only way to remove the pieces inside the CD drive is to take apart the CD drive. Might be easier just to replace the unit. They run from about $25.00 to $75.00. One other note: You can try to open the tray manually by inserting the end of a paper clip into a small hole on the front bezel of the drive.

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Cd/dvd drive


You can see a hole located on the tray of the cd rom drive. Commonly seen beside the button to eject the cd out. Grab a small pin and push the hole and this should eject the tray. Close the tray again by pressing the button. Eject it using the button. If everything still failed, call up Dell to have the CD Rom Drive replaced.

Sep 19, 2008 | Dell Inspiron 710m Notebook

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My cd/dvd opens then closes


> I've already replaced it once

Well, I've seen CD-drives that would re-open, when you try to close them -- it is _falsely_ detecting a "jam" as the tray is closing, and then just re-opens the tray, rather than "forcing" itself to close.

Replacing the CD-drive is the only way to fix that type of "false-positive" jam-detection conditions.

But, since you've done that, either you were unlucky-enough that the replacement drive was also "defective", or, you have a computer-virus on your computer that is maliciously issuing commands to the CD to "open-the-tray".

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Cd rom drive keeps opening and closing


Try cleaning it out with air from a can, possible something stuck in it. Also might want to try uninstall and reinstall device. This could also cause problem as well

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