Question about E-Machines emachines (emachinees) CD-ROM Drive
Go to your control panel and open sytem folder, proceed to hardware tab, click on device manager and select the name of your CD-ROM drive. see if this device is enabled, right click on it and open properties. You may then use the windows trouble shooter to isolate your problem.
Posted on Sep 01, 2008
I had same problem with my cdrom drive on my emachines. i put in a cd and the next thing i know the driver broke. When i took it apart, the cd blew up into small peices. way bizzare. all i can suggest is unplugging the cord inside the computer and then plug it back in. Possibly a bad connection
Posted on Jun 25, 2008
My computer lost the cd/dvd drive. How do I reinstall?
Posted on Jun 24, 2008
Hi, You should be able to get a paper clip, preferably one of the bigger ones and open it out so you have a straight section of wire, then at the fron of the CD drive you will find a very small hole. Carefully slip the wire into the hole as far as it will go then you will need to push against the manual release with reasonable pressure and the door will come open. Remove your disk and close the door and restart the machine. It may be that the disc became stuck for some reason and froze the drive. Once the offending disc is removed it will hopefully come back online.
If it doesn't come back then the CD drive may have failed, fortunately they are not too expensive to replace anymore.
Posted on Nov 01, 2007
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