eccomputers 19:40 02 Jan 03
  eccomputers 19:40 02 Jan 03

If you right click on the drive there is an eject option. There doesnt seem to be a software option anywhere to close the draw again. Is this correct?.
Win xp/win 98se

  Diemmess 19:50 02 Jan 03

I have an old SCSI burner which closes itself on Bootup.

I don't expect the tray to close otherwise by itself. I usually close it anyway to keep the dust out or save dropping something on it......said he selfrighteously.

  L@@K @ ME! 20:08 02 Jan 03

MMMM....:-)yes,cause when you eject,it doesn,t fly back into its case while your there taking it out,give it a shove!:-0
There,s plenty of little utils that do what you want.. have a look click here?

  siouxah1 20:33 02 Jan 03

If the drawer is closed where does one keep the coffee cup??

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