I recently had a very strange incident with my dvd burner. A cd exploded inside. I managed to clean everything up and remove all the broken cd parts, everything seemed to be in place. Only problem is that as soon as i start the pc the dvd tray comes out and it just will not stay inside, i have no clue whatsoever as to what it is. Please i need suggestions.
this problem can happen if tray-in sensor not sense. their r a small liver which press tray in sensor automaticly when tray stay inside. liver and sensor location is near emergency exit hole (when u use a pin for emargency exit actually u press this liver then it release try-in sensor). check this liver and its path any pice of cd is their or not. (to check open ur drive cover. to open it at first use emeargency exit hole to open tray then open cover)
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click start control panel,administrive tools,computer management,device manager scroll to cd/dvd rom drives right click properties then properties again then tick enable cddigital cd audio for this cd rom device or scroll to dvd regions select the no _ for your specific area hope this helps
Click with the RIGHT mouse button on My Computer.
Click Device Manager.
Click the '+' preceding 'DVD/CD-ROM' devices.
Double-click the CD/DVD device.
Click the Details tab.
The string displayed _should_ include 'DVD'.
If your DVD drive don't show up in device manager and if there's no yellow exclamation mark in device manager, try to check IDE or SATA cable connection from your DVD drive to the motherboard. Also check the cable itself (are the wires inside broken?)
Check that the writable DVDs you are using are compatible (+/-) with your LG DVD-RAM. Go to Windows Explorer and check to see if the Sony drive is visible. It may not be connected or the Jumper switch may be set incorrectly. Check you have drivers installed, take a look in Hardware manager. Sometimes, it's a little difficult to copy CDs and DVDs when you have more than one burning suite installed - for some reason, they 'just don't get along'. Try uninstalling any suites other than Nero. Or it may just be that your LG CD-RW drive is just that, and your DVD-RW drive is just that. So it wouldn't be possible to write DVDs on the CD-RW and CDs on the DVD-RW? Though I would assume Nero would detect that and use your hard-drive as temporary storage. In Nero SmartStart, have you selected the CD or DVD tab to correspond to the project you're burning?
Inside the Control Panels, look for System. Double-click System and choose Device Manager. Inside Device Manager, find the CD/DVD and "Uninstall" the device. Restart the computer and let it re-load the driver. This might help. You can also try a CD/DVD laser lens cleaner.