Question about Dell (0F146) Internal DVD Drive
Stupid drive,can not eject, makes noise !!!!!!!!!!!!! what do i do now ?
Turn of the computer and press F2 when starting it back up then when you get a funny screen press eject. it worked for me
Posted on Dec 12, 2012
The drive may be damaged but to eject the cd manually turn off the power and there is a small hole around the face of the drive. You can use a straightened paperclip to push in the hole and it should eject the cd. Let me know if you have any questions.
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