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Look carefully at the front. There should be a little hole you can put a paperclip end into to eject the disk. Then check around for what's wrong.

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Machine won't start - so put diagnostic cd in and now cannot eject it. Sift key eject does not work - is there any other way of ejecting cd from Dell XPS One


You may not be able to eject CDs or DVDs from your computer, either using the Windows Eject feature or by pressing the button on the drive. If the Recommended Solution above does not automatically return your drive to a working state, try these options:
  1. Attempt to Eject the CD in System Setup. Software may be interfering with the normal operation of the drive. Reboot the computer and tap the F1 key while at the Dell logo screen to enter System Setup. Then attempt to eject the CD tray using the button on the drive. If the drive ejects properly, there is a software conflict that needs to be resolved.


  2. Try a Diagnostic Startup. If the drive ejects normally in System Setup, try a Diagnostic Startup of Windows 7.
    1. In Windows, click Start, then in the Search box type msconfig and hit .

    2. Click Diagnostic Startup to load basic devices and services only.

    3. Reboot the computer and try to eject the drive when you get back into Windows 7.

    If the drive ejects correctly, look for burning software that may be controlling the drive and update it or uninstall it.

  3. Reseat the drive. The cabling of the drive may be loose, or the drive may not be seated correctly in the laptop. Refer to the Online User's Guide for your computer for information on reseating the cables or the drive in the computer.


  4. Update the optical drive firmware and the BIOS on the computer. In some instances the firmware of the drive may become corrupted or the BIOS may 'lose' the drive. Visit the Dell Drivers and Downloads website and input your Service Tag to get updates specific to your computer.

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Disc drive wont open. i pressed the eject button on my keyboard but it makes a clunk sounds but wont open.


This wil show you how to take it apart if that becomes necessary. But try this instead. First hold the eject button down for 5 seconds. I that fails look for a tiny hole near the disc slot. Use a straightened paper clip and push it in the hole firmly. This should eject the disc. Another option is to use firmware to eject the disc. Follow these directions: To eject a disc with Open Firmware commands, follow these steps:
  1. Restart the computer.
  2. Immediately after the startup sound, press and hold the key combination Command-Option-O-F.
    Note: The Command key has the Apple and (commandkeysymbol.gif) icons on it.
  3. Release the keys when you see a white screen that says "Welcome to Open Firmware."
  4. At the prompt, type: eject cd
  5. Press Return, then wait a few seconds. The disc drive should eject any disc that is present, and "ok" appears behind your command when the action is complete.
  6. Type: mac-boot
  7. Press Return.
  8. Your computer should now start up normally.
  9. Instructions curtorsey eh.mac.ca

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I have hp surestore DLT1e drive. Tape cartridge stuck!


For that you can try to press and hold the eject buttonfor 30 seconds if the tape doesn't came out then reflash the drive firmware revision.
After all that is the issue persists you can try to:
manually remove the tape by removing the top cover
Locate recessed thumb wheel
Rotate thumb wheel counter-clockwise until you feel resistance. Wheel may spring back when you release it. This is OK.
Locate hole in bottom of drive. Insert #10 Torx driver and rotate clockwise until tape ejects. If there is a lot of tape on the take up reel, this could take some time.
Rotate thumb wheel clockwise to eject the tape.

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Eject key on keyboard cannot work


1) Installed Latest BIOS update from support.dell.com

2) Install Latest firmware upgrade for Optical drive

3) Install Dell Quickset software

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I have SONY CRX320A CD-Drive and I tried to update the firmware with mtkflash but now the cd drive wont eject and windows can't detect the drive is there anything I can do to roll back to the original...


Click start, click control panel, double click system, choose hardware tab, select device manager, click plus sign next to DVD/CD ROM drives, right click on your CD if there, choose properties, select driver tab, select rool back driver. If your CD is not shown try this link to sony for download of drivers.

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APPLE MACBOOK WOULD BOOT. THE BOOT CD IS


unfortunately on the newer mac computer including the macbook you cannot boot to open firmware but there are other options
option 1)simply try holding down the mouse button or track pad button during boot after the first chime is sounded this will instruct the computer to eject the cd through the firmware
option 2) you can bypass the cd boot by holding down the option key after the first boot chime another simple solution this will allow you to choose a startup disk during...startup after which you can try the eject button on the keyboard or select the disk in finder and eject via trash can or eject symbol(symbol located in the open folder view of finder)
option 3) there is also a manual eject button though it may be harder to locate as they have change placements of it over the years however it can usually be found by probing the top center or far right of the cd slot with a paper clip just be gentle you don't want to damage an expensive piece of equipment by just carelessly jamming metal in it
you may want to try searching apple with your particular model and search for manual cd eject
best wishes, Crash

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CD won't eject. I've restarted and tried all the fixes recommended by MAC forums and so far no luck. Any other ideas?


If it is just the computer that isn't ejecting the disk (and not a physically "stuck" DVD) there is a way to force eject.

Go to Apple menu > Restart and hold down your mouse button until the disk ejects.

Or you can try the firmware method...

If all other methods fail, you can try to eject the disk using the firmware (this may not work on all computers). To use this method, start up and briefly use the computer with only the firmware loaded, not the standard Mac OS X interface.

To eject a disc using firmware:
Restart the computer.
When you hear the startup sound, press and hold the Command-Option-O-F keys. (The Command key has an Apple on it.)
Release the keys when you see a white welcome screen.
At the prompt, type:
eject cd

Press Return, then wait a few seconds. The disc drive should eject the disc, and "ok" appears on the screen when the action is complete.
Type:
mac-boot

Press Return.

Your computer starts up normally and you see the familiar Mac OS X desktop.

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Cd tray on Computer keeps ejecting while not in use


Hi Deborah.We can try a few steps to resolve this problem.Open the cabinet/Tower and reseat the drive cables.Check in the BIOS(F2 or Delete key on the keyboard on system restart to get to BIOS) and see whether the drive ejects.If it doest do it here,then it could be a windows issue.Even viruses can cause this problem.If it does in BIOS as well,then we need to do more.... Check in device manager for the driver model (Control panel>>System>>Device manager>>CD/DVDROM drives). Click on the +sign beside the CD/DVDROM drives option and check the complete name of the drive. Google for %Drive model% Firmware and install the firmware.That is the only possible solution.Samsung drives do have this known issue

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I need the drivers for a DVD-RW drive model # GSA-T40N. didn' t know if you could help


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Drive wont open/eject


try, go to my computer>properties>hardware tab>device manager and go down the list to cd/dvd drives, click on the '+' and right click on your listed drive and select uninstall. restart the notebook and then the drive will be re installed with drivers automatically. it may be a firmware or driver error.

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