The DVD player in a laptop is typically built into the left or right edge of the computer. The tray for the DVD slides out horizontally for removing or inserting a disc. Most laptop DVD players can be opened in two ways, either with the standard eject button or using the emergency eject feature built into the DVD drive.
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Press the rectangular eject/open button on or below the DVD tray door to open the player for changing discs.
Bend a paper clip straight to use on the emergency eject hole if the DVD player fails to open on the laptop.
Push the tip of the clip into the hole on the DVD drive cover or to one side, usually on the right. The drive will pop out about halfway.
Extend the drive to the fully open position with your fingers to extract a disc or place one in the tray.