Cd-rom Problem

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  1. Pepsi™

    Pepsi™ New Member

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    My Cd-rom Tray Open Automatically N Closes Every Minute
     
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    Wow! amazing prob.
    but does that happen if there is a CD inside?
    if not and if prob. cant be solved by anyone then try keeping the power cable of Cd drive out, and insert it whenever necessary!
     
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    Strange!!!
    May be button of ur cdrom is pressed continously or if u use multimedia keyboard the eject buttin may be pressed continously,
    Try checking ur Cdrom in some other sysstem, if same prblm occurs then time to get the new one.
     
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    @Ishan

    What a silly Solution! How can you connect the cable whenever you need to run some CD-ROM and then remove i when you dont need it? Aint that some risky business?

    As for Pepsi's problem, the CD-ROM happens to have a pressed button. Did you bang your drive or jerk it before the problem erupted? If so, get your drive serviced. If this doesnt help, get a new drive; preferably a Combo or DVD Writer.
     
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    hey its not either power problem or button problem its bcoz of a virus check your system for virus this should solve your problem ....................
     
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