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Oh yeah that's right, should be just to the right and beneath the drive in most cases.
On 7/30/2017 10:48 AM, Gene wrote:
Doesn't the computer have a button somewhere around or maybe on the cd drawer? The button opens the drawer and closes it. I haven't seen or heard of a computer without such a button and I assume it is standard. You don't
have to eject a cd using a command from the computer keyboard.
I'm not sure these days, in versions of Windows later than XP if you should still use safely eject hardware. But when dealing with a cd, whose content can't be changed in any way by ejecting it, you can just use the button
somewhere around the cd drawer.
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Sent: Sunday, July 30, 2017 9:19 AM
Subject: [nvda] some more help
Your guidance below worked for me very well.
use press application key when your external drive is focused and find eject and press enter!
I am wondering if there is any keyboard commands that will close the CD draw after the disc is being ejected and removed.
I am manually pushing the draw to close.
Any help from any member will be greatly appreciated.
Thank you all again and with many regards