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Drive bay comes out

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my drive's bay always comes out when the computer starts ...................it continues for sometime and then stops automatically....................again when any disc is inserterd it shows the similar problem and often gives messages like "device not ready"......................   .Recently;i had removed that drive from the system........please give some solution to fix the drive problem...

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Your drives firmware is damaged and needs to be replaced by an updated version otherwise it will have to be replaced if still ejecting at start up.

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