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First, get a paper clip, and push it through the small hole on the drive, this will manually eject the drive, allowing you to get the CD. Next right click on my computer, and select properties. now go to the hardware tab, and hit device manager. Now look for a tab called DVD/CD ROM Drives, expand this tab. Right click on one of the drives, and select "uninstall" select OK for all of the pop up windows. do the same thing for any of the other drives. now reboot, and follow the direction in the "Add New Hardware wizard that comes up. You might also have to reinstall the drivers, but that is the easier part
Posted on Feb 16, 2008
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