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In case the eject button on the tray don't help try to open "my computer", right click on the proper cd/dvd tray and choose eject. In case that didn't help you have to locate a small hole on the tray near the eject button. Use a paper clip and through this hole push the internal cogwheel to rotate and open the tray. Take care that it's not always due to the disk that the tray can't open; maybe it's a cd rom's mechanical problem and will lock again a cd or dvd disk.
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