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Unable to eject disk, pc startup straight into repair mode


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Soray

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3 hours ago my other desktop was running slow, there were multiple torrent running and has been up for like 12 hours so i restrated it.

However instead of it restart like normally it does it went straight to repair mode,
it said "windows failed to start up, launch windows startup repair" and it goes blue (the underwater light thingy for windows 7)

After that it said repairing disk error, will take over an hour please wait.. however till now it doesn't resolved.

ALSO, there's a game dvd inside the drive in which i can't eject. the drive won't responding.

Can anyone help? I tried running windows safe mode but it still goes to the above.

I'm running windows 7 home edition on compaq presario.

Thanks
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ZaRMan

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Does it give any error messages or any reference to what is causing it to not boot successfully? Please post them in the next reply.
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it said disk error.

and when tried to eject the dvd inside drive :E the drive won't responding.
it does not eject the disk either
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peterm

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If you look on the front of the cd drive there should be a small hole in which you can insert a sraighten paper clip. Do this with the computer turned off and the drive should pop open
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