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It has nothing to do with the eject button. if it clicks when you press it, then the button is fully functional. If the xbox has been opened up, and worked on before, look for things like severed traces, missing components, etc. But in all likelihood you are suffering from a fairly common hardware failure: a faulty disk drive. call microsoft and pray that youa re still under warranty. if not, then you have either shell out $100+, or open it up and replace the disk drive yourself.
the motor will not be strong enough to eject. you can try the emergency eject hole with a paper clip . just push straight in and the gears will began to turn so push straight in a couple of times and it should began to eject.
Yep sone of a gun ! With the Toshiba Portable DVD Player, hold the "Mode button" down for several seconds and it will make a chain saw noise take your finger off, hit it again once and bingo now it works. I was ready to throw this player in the trash!
I had the same problem,believe it or not i gently tap the side of machine several times and seem to have done the trick.It seem that optical reader was stuck and the gently tap freed it up,i believe this is the clicking you heard maybe trying to free it self.by the way i get the message that there was no disc present to read.Also the plug in hole for the power unit was loose and jiggly,I had to jiggle it around to the right spot for it to work.I hope this helps a few folks with power problem as well,one more thing about the battery thing you should understand they have memory and should be ran down completly before recharging.