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Most optical drives have a small hole on the front usually below the tray. Find a long paper clip, extend it out, gently insert into the hole and push, you should feel resistance. Just keep pushing, this should eject the tray a small distance enough for you to grab and gently pull out to the end of the track. I would remove the drive from the PC, and with the tray open, gently shake the remaining peices out, try to put them together, then gently blast the inside out with compressed air.
Posted on May 01, 2008
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