|Thanks for the quick response, indigian. I felt like I was loosing my mind. :-)|
I tried the pinhole trick, but I must have done it wrong because it didn't do anything. Then again, I didn't power down the computer first, either.
The end result is that I was able to eject my CD. Here's how:
First, I searched the internet for tips and tricks as to what I could do. Computing.net was obviously a resource. :-) I use ctr+alt+del and made sure their wasn't any programs "secretly" using my CD drive in the background.
After closing any unnecessary programs, I actually loaded Sonic RecordNow, burning software, and clicked the program's "eject now" icon. RecordNow was NOT using my drive in the background, but I thought it might be able to take prescedence over whatever my drive was trying to do.
Thanks again. Hope this info helps someone else who might be experiencing this sort of problem.
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