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Doctor Feelgood

PostPosted: Mon, 20 Feb 2006 23:45:23    Post Subject: Reply with quote

Well, I am using WinXP, and its just a matter of right clicking the drive letter in Explorer and selecting "eject". I also an ATI Remote Wonder (included with the HDTV Wonder) and it can be programmed to do certain tasks... I just saw that you can make a button eject a CD tray, but it didn't work! Hmmm!!

Here are the pics. It shows a closed/open situation. As you can see, the back sliver of the tray isn't fully exposed, but it doesn't hinder getting discs in or out at all. Sorry the one is kinda blurred, but the point is made.
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