Re: Ejecting problems
Some drives use a rubber band to connect two pulley type things. They use this so if the drive gets caught it won't burn up the motor or grind the gears. I've had a drive before where the band gets kinked or messed up and it doesn't want to open correctly. Might want to check this. It should be easily visible when you eject the drive, it's usually on the left hand side.
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