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The drawers for putting in cds wont open anymore. I'm a senior, senior citizen so please be specific. Thanks
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Actually, ignore my first response, I realized there was an easier way to open your CD drive without downloading any programs...

If you go into Windows Explorer and right click on the drive that is your CD drive (usually D:), a menu will pop up. Click on "Eject," and your CD drive should open up without you having to physically press the button on the drive.

If it opens up after clicking Eject, then the button on your CD drive may be broken. If it does not open up, we'll have to explore a few other possibilities...

Edited by blingin67, 27 May 2005 - 12:38 AM.

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