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LU1S90

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ok, my Rome: Total War game is stuck in my cd-rom drive. it won't open. when i press the button, it'll start up the game instead of it opening. i have no idea why it won't open. it's my CD-ROM drive not my CD burner drive. and i've already tried opening it through my computer by right clicking the drive and clicking eject. please someone help me :tazz: help would be greatly appreciated :)

System Specs:
Microsoft Windows XP Home Edition Version 2002 Service Pack 2
2.8 GHz Intel Pentium 4 processor
512 MB DDR SDRAM memory
160 GB 7200RPM Ultra DMA hard drive
nVIDIA GeForce FX 5500 OC - PCI - 256MB DDR - driver version 7.7.7.2
DirectX 9.0c
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Howdy:

If you take a close look at the front of the cd-rom door you will see a little hole..

Use a small, thin piece of wire (paperclip works well) and push it in there.. That will release the locking mechaisn and allow you to open it manually..

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thx :tazz: it worked. but now to open it i have to do the same thing everytime - poke it with a paper clip. thx alot though for the help :)
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