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My DVD drive is not coming out. Whenever i restart the computer, it has some light blinking ,but when i push the button, it is not doing anything. My cd is insdie, I am new to electronics, please help. god bless.

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I think your DVD rom tray is stuck in the mechanism.
You can try this. Search for some sefti pi or some long but very thin rigid wire. look at the dvd drive. you wil find a small hole at the front of the body. insert the wire or the seftipin inside like 10 cm. you will feel like pressing a button by the seftipin or wire, i hope it will pop the CD tray out. Once it is out, remove your cd from the tray. open and close the empty tray few times, do not use lubricants as they will damage the belts inside..
It should work.
Cheers!

Posted on Sep 07, 2010

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