My new internal DVD will not eject

An internal DVD drive that won’t open when the “Eject” button is pressed may have a disc tray that is stuck. Check if this is the problem using the “Eject” option in the operating system. A drive tray that doesn’t open might have a disk that is hanging inside. To fix this issue, you will need to manually open the drive tray. Alternatively, you may need to update the driver software for the drive if there is a driver conflict that is preventing the car from opening. Things You’ll Need
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Eject Instructions Through Windows
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Restart your computer and wait for the operating system to load.
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Click on the “Start” button and select “Computer”.
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Right-click on your DVD drive’s icon and select the “Eject” button from the context menu.
manually Tray Open drive
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Open the door covering the DVD drive, if your computer has a separate door. Look at the left or right side of the unit and see if there is a pin hole.
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Locate and drop a paper clip to make it as straight as possible.
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Insert the end of the paper clip into the pin hole on the unit. This will manually force open the disc tray for the drive.
Update Driver
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Click on the “Start” button and select the “Computer” option. Right-click on your DVD drive’s icon and click “Properties” in the context menu.
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Go to the hardware tab to see a list of installed disk drives. Find the type or model of DVD drive you have installed on your system.
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Open your web browser and go to the manufacturer’s website for the DVD drive. Download and install any driver updates that are available.

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