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It is actually pretty rare that a DVD gets stuck in the drive. You could just leave it in there, but since you said you don't want to play that particular game all the time, I will give you some instructions on how to get it out.

The first thing you want to do is hit the eject button, when you see the drive begin to struggle, just push on the door briefly, and then let go. Sometimes it will open. If that doesn't work, try the same thing again, this time grasping the sides of the door with your fingernails.

If your drive door is still not open at this point, its time to open up the system. Once you've got the lid off, you now have better grip on the drive door. Hit eject, and now try pulling on the door.

At this point, if you still cannot get the drive to open, you are going to need to remove the DVD drive and take the metal casing off of it. After removing the metal casing, try working the blue lever at the front of the drive (from underneath) and get the lens assembly to move down. At this point, you can now manually pull on the tray, and the door will be open. Now, try putting it back together as it is and see if it works. If it does work, then congratulations, You have fixed the drive! Just put it all back together doing the steps described above in reverse.

You are now ready to play Halo 2, or your favorite game/movie/music.

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Replace the dvd drive or take apart the dvd drive and take the disk out that wayto take it the console apart remove the feet and there are screws under them and two und the stickers toward the middle.case pops off upward,two scres next to controller port 1 and 2. small screw on harddrive bay.take the dvd drive off casing and dismantle.take the disk out and put the connectors back in.test it with the same disk if not shattered.it works put the system back together if not leave it apart so that ou can replace the drive later.if you got anymore questions feel free to emal me at gamecrazy944@yahoo.com

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