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You can manually eject the disc by straightening a paper clip and insert it into a small hole just below the disc tray. Gently push the paper clip into this hole and the disc tray will unlock and pop out. You can now pull the disc tray until the tray is fully opened and this will allow you to remove the DVD disc.
If the DVD is unreadable by several devices then the DVD disk was burned wrong and is nothing more than you can do.
Assure that you have a region set on your DVD players and a certified DVD playback software on PC. Windows Media Player 10 should be enough if the disk is still unreadable will remain unreadable and ony speciall software with raw access will read it but this is not a solution for you. I use Nero 7 for burning CDs and DVDs and never had a problem. Maybe when you burned the DVD you set a wrong regional code or you choosed a wrong DVD format that is unknown to your DVD players.
There is a small pinhole in the face of the dvd drive. Use a paperclip to poke into the hole. It will force an eject of the dvd drive. You can also explore the computer, right mouse click on the drive letter of the dvd drive, choose "eject".... If it still will not eject, unplug the ribbon cable from the drive but keep the power plugged in, then press the eject button. If worse comes to worse, four small screws, and you can remove the shell of the drive exposing the dvd inside.... Good luck!!!! -------------------please vote 4 thumbs up 4 me!!!!-----------
Do you mean your disc is stuck in the drive? If so Look at the drive there should be a tiny pin hole near the eject button, insert a needle (safety pin, sewing, etc.) into the pin hole and push this opens the drive. You can also try opening my computer and right clicking the DVD drive and select eject.
Was going to leave this question? Normally computer will react that way when a blank disk that is not formatted is put into the drive. The blank disk then requires formatting and will function. Not sure if this answers your quesiton. Sorry.
I am not posting a solution, but may be the same problem. I have dell inspiron 510m with DVD - RW sony A 56 It had burnt one DVD till now, but it can NOT burn any more DVDs. I have tried burning using windows XP-SP2, Nero 6, Nero 8, burn my files 3.01 BUT no use. The only thing I got is different error messages. I changed many types of DVD-Rom, from sony, benq..trying to rule out the storge media itself as source of error, but again no use. Astonishingly, it works a CD-ROM Burner very well. Any suggestions?