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Let me know if this helps, isn’t quite clear, or you have drll questions.
How to open the cd/dvd combo drive of a Dell Latitude D? – TechRepublic
Post as a guest Name. Is there another turn after poking it with a clip? It’s empty, because when I poke it with a pin, it opened and I put cd to test it if it plays, and it does play the cd.
60HJW Dell Latitude E6410 SATA Dvd-rom Drive
This conversation is currently closed to new comments. I wander if there’s another trick on how to open this drive.
If a Paperclip opens the drive either a spring has come off or the tray is jammed in the In Position. But when I closed it, it has a sound of a click and doesn’t open again. Is there a turn after you poke it. Look at the edge of the tray – do you see a little pinhole?
Does it sound like it is trying to open, or does the tray move just a bit? Yes, I did latitudde, it opened. Create a new discussion If you’re asking for technical e6401, please be sure to include all your system info, including operating system, model number, and any other specifics related to the problem.
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Sign up or log in Sign up using Google. Reset Post Submit Post. Man, this is not good because the eject button doesn’t work: Home Questions Tags Users Unanswered.
Though I doubt this helps, sometimes deol plastic pieces cause larger electronic devices to be useless. Could be a CD caught inside. Yes, it sound like it is ltitude to open but the tray doesn’t move a bit. If you know someone who likes to take such thing apart carefully and methodically, and has a high success rate of actually putting them back together Probably best to do this with the system powered off.
Sounds like something is misaligned or broken.