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how to open cd drive on my toshiba satellite C55-B5298

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December 8, 2014 10:26:55 AM

cant find a button to open the cd drive not used to computers

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December 8, 2014 10:48:16 AM

Or highlight the drive, right click and select eject. Or there should be a tiny hole that you can put a paper clip into. Surely there is a button!
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January 15, 2015 1:52:02 PM

Chris Rudolph said:
cant find a button to open the cd drive not used to computers


this model has a fake door. it doesn not contain an optical (dvd/bluray/cd) drive of any sort.

I found out on accident. we ordered a Toshiba C55 series with an optical drive (paid $75.00 more for that option). as I was setting it up (adding office, removing all the garbage software they come with), I saw the fake DVD door, then realized, there's no hardware, no button, no pinhole...just a false plastic cover that looks like every DVD drive out there.

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February 22, 2015 8:17:14 PM

laptopz said:
Chris Rudolph said:
cant find a button to open the cd drive not used to computers


this model has a fake door. it doesn not contain an optical (dvd/bluray/cd) drive of any sort.

I found out on accident. we ordered a Toshiba C55 series with an optical drive (paid $75.00 more for that option). as I was setting it up (adding office, removing all the garbage software they come with), I saw the fake DVD door, then realized, there's no hardware, no button, no pinhole...just a false plastic cover that looks like every DVD drive out there.



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February 22, 2015 8:18:32 PM

is their any way of adding a drive to the company (not a portable one)
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September 4, 2016 6:00:59 PM

me too. what did you do? my printer has a cd of software and I have cds with pictures

can you buy something
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September 4, 2016 6:37:50 PM

portable dvd burners work great and don't cost too much.
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