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    Is it possible to...

    We can eject CD by right clicking CD-ROM-> Eject
    but is it possible to close CD-ROM door without pressing the button on CD-ROM driver (and without installing software)?

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    Yeah...

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    i'm not sure what you're asking. why do you need to know this?

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    .... just push the cd drive a bit, hehe
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    Originally posted by ygfperson
    i'm not sure what you're asking. why do you need to know this?
    what i mean is that eject and close CD-ROM by using keyboard or mouse.

    I want to do that because the eject/close button of my CD-Rom sometimes doesn't work well.

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    i believe the windows cd player might be able to do this for you.

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    Originally posted by Kelvin


    what i mean is that eject and close CD-ROM by using keyboard or mouse.

    I want to do that because the eject/close button of my CD-Rom sometimes doesn't work well.
    Well, you can use your KEYBOARD or MOUSE to push the door in a bit ... seriously don't know if it's possible that way though.
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