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Post as a guest Name. Let me know if this helps, isn’t quite clear, or you have further questions. When ever I accidentally click on the CD drive in Windows explorer, the drive ejects.
Is there a turn after you poke it.
How to open the cd/dvd combo drive of a Dell Latitude D? – TechRepublic
I did what you advised, I gave it a good poke and it opened. Also please exercise your best judgment when posting in the forums–revealing personal information such as your e-mail address, telephone number, and address is not recommended.
Probably best to do this with the system powered off. Email Required, but never shown. Or it may be dust caught in a mechanism, or lubrication gone tacky.
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60HJW Dell Latitude E6410 SATA Dvd-rom Drive
How can I stop this? Sounds like something is misaligned or broken. You can straighten a paper clip and insert it into the hole.
But none the less cdroj are fairly easy to replace and they are not worth messing around with.
Oh this is such a hassle, small thing but doesn’t open or close. Reset Post Submit Post. I am not extremely familiar with the inner workings of laptop eject button mechanics so I can’t really be too specific other than to say that a replacement drive probably wouldn’t be too expensive if the del ejection process is too cumbersome.
Look at the edge of the tray – do you see a little pinhole? It could be jammed. If a Paperclip opens the drive either a spring has come off or the tray is jammed in the In Position.
Windows 7 latituds a Dell Latitude E Any comments and advice, as soon as possible, will be appreciated. If so, straighten a paperclip and push it through the hole to pop open the drive. I did what you adviced but Create a new discussion If you’re asking for technical help, please be sure to include all your system info, including operating system, model number, and any other specifics related to the problem.
As I have seen a similar issue with a Dell Inspironfussing with it may “magically cure” the problem. But when I altitude it, it has a sound of a click and doesn’t open again.