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Old Apr 06, 2003, 09:42 PM
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You may have a jammed disc or tray. Use a thin piece of wire like a straightened paper clip, insert the wire into the small hole on the face of the drive, usually it's above and/or to the left of the eject button. Press the wire in until you hear a click, the tray will move out slightly & then you can gently slide it open.