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Use my computer and select the drive (eg drive E:). From pull down menu "File" select "eject". While the disk door attempts to open (hear slight movement of tray) massage the door with your fingers. This is done by smoothing out the across front door panel with your finger tips and pushing in and releasing pressure from door. Door should slide open partially and close again. Repeat. The eject button nearside the disc tray doesn't seem to work as well as selecting "File" and "Eject" from the menu. Something to do with the door cycle is less with the direct eject button.

Zenith Data... | Answered on Sep 20, 2012


You can try a manual eject by taking an unfurled paper clip, and sticking the end into the tiny hole on the faceplate of the optical disk drive.

Zenith Data... | Answered on Apr 22, 2010


good day... well i strongly advice to try and download some realted audio drivers. hope this helps. have a nice day

Zenith Data... | Answered on Feb 04, 2010


omg, i have the same problem. My little brother sprayed perfume on my mw2 disc and now their are white spots every where and they wont come off! i tried everythin!

Zenith Data... | Answered on Feb 01, 2010


Just check that you have installed proper drivers. Try to install drivers provided along with youe system.

Zenith Data... | Answered on Aug 28, 2009


When you upgrade to Windows Vista, you can use Windows Easy Transfer to transfer files and settings from a Microsoft Windows-based computer to the Windows Vista-based computer. When you use Windows Easy Transfer, you can decide what to transfer to Windows Vista. You can also select the transfer method that you want to use. See Microsoft's article on the subject at
http://support.microsoft.com/kb/928635

Zenith Data... | Answered on Jul 27, 2009


I am going to assume that you have a PC running Microsoft Windows OS.

Have you ever tried to play an MP3 file stored on the computer's disk. For example, download the following: Example , by right-clicking that link and selecting to save it to your desktop. Then go to your desktop and double-click it. If it plays, note which application runs it.

If it doesn't, then you may want to install one of dozens of music players you can download and use for free. For example: Windows Media Player or iTunes.

Even if playing a file from your desktop works, it might be good to install a fresh copy of the latest of one of these players.

Next, I would have you load your CD. Note what happens carefully. It may be different once you install a new player. If a dialog pops up and offers to play the CD, then note the name of that application. However, typically they will not offer to play a disk of MP3s because that should be a data disk and not an Audio CD. Tell me how that CD was created. In any case, when that dialog comes up, instead of choosing to play the CD, choose to Explore or Browse. Then copy the files you find on it to your desktop. Now try to double click those files and see if they play. Are they MP3 files? If they are not MP3s, then you probably have an Audio CD and is not well written or your drive is "tired of life." Try another Audio CD that is a commercial product and see if that plays. If so, blame the CD. If it doesn't, then blame the drive. You may be able to update the driver for your drive, but then we are getting much deeper into it than your basic question.

Zenith Data... | Answered on Jul 24, 2009


does the case a a faceplate infront of the cd rom drive(i.e. if there is a door that flops down when it opens)? if so you probably need to take off the computers faceplate and then you can get to the little hole.

Zenith Data... | Answered on Jun 14, 2009


Download Belarc Advisor at www.belarc.com. Click on the "FREE DOWNLOAD" tab near the top of the page. It will give you a page showing "Tips,FAQ, ect" & the "Click here to download a free copy etc".Click that download square & see "advisor.exe" which is the setup file.Then save it and insatall it. After it is installed it should be able to tell you all you needed to know about everything on your computer.

Zenith Data... | Answered on May 09, 2009


radio shack used to sell the box dont know for sure if they still do

Zenith Data... | Answered on Mar 28, 2009


DISCONNECTED I.D.E.

Zenith Data... | Answered on Feb 28, 2009


only need a software from the floppy disk if you are using applications running in DOS.

Zenith Data... | Answered on Nov 23, 2008


except XP os disk is not oping automatic so please after insert the disk go to my computer and doble clik the f drive it will open still its not open cd is correpted

Zenith Data... | Answered on Jul 07, 2008


There is an issue with the drive.If u see in the front there is a small hole in which you can insurt and safety pin to oen it.Incase that is not working as well i would suggest to replace it.

Zenith Data... | Answered on Dec 29, 2007

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