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I am not sure where this goes but I can't seem to find any place marked
specifically for cd drives.

Anyways, after running Nero Burner on a LG 52X32X52 drive to make a music
CD I received an error before the process begun mentioning something about
being underrun. The Nero Buning process then zoomed through the cd
saying the cd had been burned properly (which it hadn't even started up)
and then froze up. I had to restart my computer to get every running back
to normal properly...or so I thought.

Once I tried to retrieve the disc to
replace it with another I noticed the CD-R would not open. All the cables
are connected, the cpu reads the disk fine. It's just it won't respond to
be opened. It doesn't even attempt to open just runs the disc again when
I click "EJECT".

Some assistance would be nice if anyone has a solution.

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Does the drive open if you restart your computer, or go into your BIOS?

I've heard of situations like this, where a program is demanding access to the drive, and won't let it go. Usually, uninstalling the offending program resolves the issue. I'd try pulling Nero out, and if InCD is installed, ditch them both and reinstall them.

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Does the drive open if you restart your computer, or go into your BIOS?

I've heard of situations like this, where a program is demanding access to the drive, and won't let it go. Usually, uninstalling the offending program resolves the issue. I'd try pulling Nero out, and if InCD is installed, ditch them both and reinstall them.

No I tried to restart but I am not sure what you mean about BIOS. Maybe

that will work. :cry:

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No I tried to restart but I am not sure what you mean about BIOS. Maybe

that will work. :cry:

right when you turn on your computer you can hit usually delete or f1 or f2 to get into the bios

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He couldnt open the cd tray that is the problem anurag_pareek. Maybe he could have tried to open it by inserting the little metal stick we get with some drives in the tiny hole usually near the eject button.

But I think in 2 months he might have resolved this already. ;)

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