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    Default How to eject the inserted dvd

    Hello,
    I have a DVD inside my XPS 1645, how can I eject the DVD when windows is not working or system is not booting properly.


    Please help....

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    Default Re: How to eject the inserted dvd

    Quote Originally Posted by Khurram View Post
    Hello,
    I have a DVD inside my XPS 1645, how can I eject the DVD when windows is not working or system is not booting properly.


    Please help....
    not sure, i suspect if you disasemble the system there should be a switch or hole that you press with a needle/toothpick that would manually eject it, last resort though
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    Default Re: How to eject the inserted dvd

    you can eject the CD in BIOS.
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    Default Re: How to eject the inserted dvd

    Quote Originally Posted by hanming View Post
    you can eject the CD in BIOS.
    can you guide me how can I eject the cd from BIOS?

    Thanks

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    Default Re: How to eject the inserted dvd

    you can try Going into the BIOS and hold down the eject button for a few seconds has worked for me in the past

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