Question about Dell Studio 1737 Laptop
Since you drive does not open using the button nor with the mouse (open my computer - right click on the proper dvd rom drive - choose eject), software may be interfering with the normal operation of the drive. Do the following:
1. Attempt to Eject the CD in System Setup. Reboot the computer and tap the F2 key while at the Dell logo screen to enter System Setup. Then attempt to eject the CD tray using the button on the drive. If the drive ejects properly, there is a software conflict that needs to be resolved.
2. In case that the solution before didn't help, locate a small hole near the eject button of the tray. Use a paper clip in order to put it in this hole and push the internal cogwheel to rotate and open the drive.
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