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Insert this code into a notepad text file and name it "openDiscDrives.vbs" For Each d in CreateObject("Scripting.FileSystemObject").Drives WScript.sleep 60 if d.DriveType = 4 then CreateObject("Shell.Application").Namespace(17).ParseName(d.DriveLetter & ":\").InvokeVerb("Eject") end if next Then double click this file, if all your CD/DVD drives ...


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Look closely and see if there is a pinhole button next to your drive. If there is stick a pin down there and push it in to eject. If not, you could boot onto another operating system like Ubuntu and eject from there. Hope that this helps!


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Try to eject using a pin on the pinhole of your DVD drive. It should be somewhere near/around the eject button. Insert the pin and push to eject. Always worked till permanent fix provided.


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you can mount your iso file easily by right clicking on virtual demon manager > virtual CD/DVD Rom >Device >Mount Image as you mount you will find auto run asking for installing program, open folderwise or so many choose whatever you want. If you want this image to boot a system as you may have made an iso of bootable disk then you can use your ...


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I resolved this issue by adding a keyboard to the servers.


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The easiest and quickest way to figure it out is to try another software. Try ImgBurn, its free and does not take much space on the disk. (please don't consider this as advertising) You can chose any other software, I just recommended the one I know. You can also read some info on the subject here. *UPDATE: I found a very good discussion that you might ...


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Finally I managed to solve this problem by entirely replacing audio subsystem with OSS 4. Related packages: ii oss-compat 2 amd64 Open Sound System (OSS) compatibility package ii oss4-base 4.2-build2006-2+deb7u1 amd64 Open Sound System - base package ii oss4-dkms 4.2-build2006-2+deb7u1 amd64 Open ...



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