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Hello there is no problem with the driver of your CD rom the problem is in your CD rom. Try to clean your cd rom with a piece of clean cotton. Gentle rub the cotton on the lens of your CD rom, then try to insert a cd if the problem is still there clean it again and again. If does not get by cleaning it is good to be checked by a electronic technician because maybe the lens have a problem or may need an adjustment to the lens of your CD ROm. In ejecting your cd rom there is a problem with your cd rom microswitch which is located inside your CD rom or the trigger of the microswitch is miss align. Hope this can help..
what kind of CD/DVD-ROM are you using? Sometimes the CD are protected and cannot be played with every ROM. and also try playing another CD/DVD to study if it would do the same.About opening the CD/DVD-ROM if it is still not opening get an office-pin and push it into the small visible hole on the CD/DVD-ROM
try to find a tiny hole on the drive( near LED or eject button) and insert a niddle or some kind of hard pin which can go inside of it push little bit hard (drive will open) , dont keep your drive empty if not in use put any useless DVD ROM in it so that it will get open when you want to use
Open the computer case, disconnect the power and data cables from the drive and remove it from the case. How you do this will depend on the type of case your computer has. There may be screws on both sides of the drive, one side only, or no screws in a tool-less case where there will be some kind of release tabs so you can slide the drive out.
Once you have the drive out of the computer, there are four screws in the bottom that hold the drive together. Take those out, take off the top cover and you'll be able to get at whatever's stuck in the drive. Just be careful if the sticker is near the laser lens. If you poke too hard the pickup assembly can be damaged and you'll be replacing the drive.
In fact, with new drives only around $30, it might be easier and just as cost-effective simply to replace it right off.
Dude CD ROM's are designed to close all by themselves in case if there is anything stuck in between,just unplug the CD Rom,and u might find a small hole,kindly punch in it using a pin so that the front portion of cd rom will open and clean up the entire drive using a soft brush(b careful about lens present inside)and fix it back and check out whether it works out
sir it is due to a virus called odiya or odissey in ur computer..i will advise you to install a good antivirus on ur computer and perform a full system scan thankyou for using fixya hv a nice day dont forget to rate the solution