Without knowing more of your specific situation, it sounds like the disc is physically stuck and is blocking the motor mechanisms from ejecting. There should be 1-2 screws on each side & one at the rear of the player to remove the outer casing. When you open it, any obstructions should be obvious. The screws should be easy to figure out with an arrow pointing to them stamped into the medal, kindof looks like: =>
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Most players will have a small hole on the front panel where you can access the manual release using a paperclip. I checked your Owner's Manual, and didn't see any mention of it, but most every DVD player I've ever seen has one. Hope this helps.
1st, does it come with a driver...if it doesn't, just make sure it is installed properly in your PC, then you just need to install a dvd writing software in your PC e.g. NERO Pro (v7 or later)...then, all will fit in...