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With the addition of new artists there was also a bigger effort made to make themselves known and to Open The Door! - Various - Otonoishi 2 (CD) to fans in the process. The album's website is a compete parody of Shigesato Itoi's own Mother 3 World. Like Itoi, once a week they would release a "present box" filled with info, mp3 samples, artwork and more about Oto no Ishi 2 leading up to its release.

Along with the album came the Oto no Ishi Franklin Badge fake. No word on another album coming in the future. But you can be sure that if there ever is Mother 4, Oto no Ishi will be there to techno remix it. Check there for samples of the whole album. How To Get: Otaku. Net Starmen. Net Stuffage Buyables Starmen. Net Store. Site Info:. Retrieved June 28, Media Control Charts. Archived from the original on December 26, July Archived from the original on June 21, La FM in Spanish.

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Music Week. March 26, Turning off your computer will stop the disk from spinning and make it safe to open the drive with a paperclip. You'll usually see a small round pinhole on, below, or beside the drive tray. Behind that hole is a button that can eject the tray whether the PC is on or off. If you're using a desktop PC and don't see a pinhole, you'll need to remove the front panel to make it visible.

Check your PC's manual for instructions on removing the panel. Remove all power cords. It's important that Open The Door! - Various - Otonoishi 2 (CD) PC is not connected to a power source when attempting to open the tray with a paperclip.

Gently insert one end of a paperclip into the manual release hole. Bend one end of the paperclip so it extends straight, and then insert it slowly into Open The Door! - Various - Otonoishi 2 (CD) pinhole. When you feel resistance, push inward until the tray pops open. Sometimes the LED light and manual release holes will look very similar. If the paperclip doesn't easily insert into the hole, don't force it—you've likely found the light rather than the release hole. Pull the tray out. Gently pull the tray away from the drive to open it fully.

Remove the stuck disk if applicable, and then push the tray back in when you're finished. Turn the computer back on then test the drive's eject button or use Windows File Explorer to see if the drive will eject normally. If you are only able to eject the tray with a paperclip going forward, you'll need to have the drive serviced.

Method 3. If you've tried other methods and still can't eject the tray, you may need to open the CD drive internally. Turning off your computer will stop the disk from spinning and make it safe to open the drive.

Press the Power button on the front of the computer. It should release, moving to the "Off" setting. Remove the side panel from the computer. Check your PC's manual for specific instructions.

Generally speaking, if there are thumbscrews, you can unscrew them by hand. Other screws can be loosened with a screwdriver. Once unscrewed, press lightly on the panel and slide it rearward until you can remove it completely.

You should see a power cable connecting it to the inside of the computer. The connector is usually on the back of the drive and made of plastic with 4 attached wires. If the cable was not connected, connect it securely now. This was likely the problem. Remove the power cable and try another. Exchange the original power cable with another that is not in use. If your CD drive will not open, it may be an issue with its power source.

Try replacing the cable that plugs into the back of the drive. If you cannot find another free power cable, try reattaching the original power cord into the drive after unplugging it.

Replace the side panel of your computer and plug in its power cords. If the drive's power source prevented it from ejecting, it should now be resolved. Can you instruct me as to how I can place this shortcut on my quick launch or taskbar? Dragging doesn't work. Find the application in the Windows File Explorer. Right click while the cursor is placed on the application and the pop up menu should have a Pin to Task Bar option.

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