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Re: E machine Modem
Sounds like an inverter problem. If the power supply is internal replace the capacitors coming out of the voltage regulators. These are usually 1000mf and/or 470mf. If that doesn't do the trick look up the numbers on the 8-pin chips that drive the secondary transformers on the inverter to see if they are getting the right voltages. Good Luck!
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cd drawers often jam.
In the cd/dvd drawer you will see a small hole. Use a blunt pin or a straightened-out paper clip, insert it into the small hole and gently press. The drawer should then click open.
Try cleaning the plastic drive teeth/mechanism with a light drop of oil. Press the drawer button and it should then close. Press it again to see if the drawer opens as per normal.
If your cd drive plays a dvd as per normal but doesn't open when the button is pressed, continue using a blunt pin/paperclip. If the plastic open-close mechanism is worn or damaged there's very little you can do about it expect replace the entire drive.
Make sure the computer is turned on then Take a Paper Clip (Gem Clip) and straighten it out then kneel in front of the desktop facing the cd drawer. Look closely at the drawer and you will see tiny hole where you will insert the paper clip (Gem Clip) and at the same time Press the Button on the cd drawer while applying pressure by pushing the paper clip (Gem Clip). The drawer will pop open. Don't worry about breaking something, that's why that tiny hole is there.
Are you saying the cd drawer will not open when you push the button? If so, try the steps below.
Take a paper clip (Gem Clip) and straighten it out then get in front of the cd drawer where you place the cd. Look for a small tiny hole on the drawer and insert the paper clip (Gem Clip) into the tiny hole and push it in while you press the button on the drawer. Don't worry about breaking something, use a little force to push the paper clip in, that's why that hole is there.
Here is an easy fix to open your CD player all you need is a small paper clip. Open the paper clip up so its a straight wire. Make sure your computer is not on it needs to be turned off to do this. Look at the front of the CD player you will see a small pin hole opening. Push the straight end of the paper clip in that opening (hole) and push. Your drawer for your CD player should move forward enough for you to pull it open all the way. Once you remove the CD that is causing it to jam you should be ok again.
I hope this helps out if so please leave me some feed back.
I don't know why the drawer not opening would give you modem problems. If you need to open the CD drawer, you can go to "my computer" (just "computer in Win7), right click on the CD icon and choose "eject." Or, using a large paper clip or similar object, insert it into the little hole on the front of the CD and push gently. It will release the drawer and start to open it. You can then pull it open.
It is possible that a CD may have become stuck within the CD-ROM drive.
If the CD-ROM drive has a small hole (that is not the head phone jack),
using a paper clip, place the paper clip within the hole and attempt to
manually eject the CD-ROM tray.