|Developing OtH's suggestion re' crazy glue a little further.|
If you have enough of the pieces, and there is enough of the cover left in place… You may be be able to use the glue to bond a thin strip of plastic in place to act as backbone/backplate onto which glue the broken pieces; not unlike how some archeological items are occasionally assembled in order to put the item on show?
If you can identify the actual model of the DVD unit itself - either from the specs for your laptop, or by looking at the hardware profile, you may be able to secure a replacement tray assembly; providing you're happy to set about replacing/installing it?
Or buy a fully intact replacement dvd unit.
Overall I'm inclined though to support phil22's comment in that it is unlikely you will find a tray front only available…; the front and rest of the tray being moulded in one piece? You "might" find a tray if you're lcky - but it's a tres long shot..!
This is the complete service manual for the HP 2000 laptop:
Copy the whole link into your browser and you can download it as a pdf.
It covers in detail how to take it apart; and gives HP part numbers too for all the bits 'n pieces (dvd unit included).
Page 40 is the start of the dvd removal instructions…
Quite possibly you can get a replacement dvd unit from HP, or else via eBay, Amazon etc. a suggested earlier. If buying one from other than HP - ensure/check carefully that is is spec'd. for the HP 2000 (amongst others).
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