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Thread: Cdrw Broke

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    dudevenezuela's Avatar VIP
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    My CD Burner It's broke ! It won't open when u push the button eject.
    :helpsmile: You can open and close it by Yourself but it won't read the CD.

    How do u fix this? Should I tried opening the CDRW by Myself to check for the ejecting mechanism or what?

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    things break

    burners are pretty cheap now
    Ohh noo!!! I make dribbles!!!

  3. Software & Hardware   -   #3
    when you right click on the drive and select eject does the drive open...You could also try searching for a firmware upgrade for the drive..if it opens....If your looking for a new drive have a look at this site cdfreaks.com for some reviews and comments..With the price of drives coming down so fast maybe its time for a dvd burner (i'm partial to liteon myself sohw812s@832s)

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    same thing happened to my cd-rw, it just died. it wouldnt read any discs or anything. i just upgraded to a dvd-rw and i love it! i wouldy strongly suggest upgrading to a dvd-rw, its well worth it.

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    Yeah mattescas drive broke also...for no apparent reason...YEAH RIGHT

    He kinda ripped it off the track and then it all just fell apart. But you can get one for $30 now so I wouldnt worry really.
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