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It sounds like the drive has just stopped working. Since it's likely under warranty still, I would contact the manufacturer and have them replace the drive. If you have a cd stuck in the drive, you can use a paperclip in the small hole on the face of the drive to eject it and remove your CD.
Posted on Jun 18, 2008
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