|I found an 'eject.com' on my computer that apparently came on an old Sony cd setup disk. It worked fine from 98 command prompt. I can email it to you if you post back your address or send it in a private message.|
Of course, you need to be able to boot up somehow. With your cdrom locked up and no OS on the hard drive, do you have a floppy drive? If so you can download a bootdisk file from someplace like bootdisk.com and then add eject.com to the disk.
And that assumes the problem is with the cdrom button and not an internal failure with the drive. If the cdrom is busted no software command is going to open it.
Real men don't use AntiVirus; they just reformat