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Eject CD/DVD with a hotkey or eject automatically at Windows shutdown with Anti-lost CD Ejector


Here is a handy tool called Anti-lost CD Ejector, which helps us in the following situations. When we forgot to eject a CD/DVD from the drive at system shutdown/restart or when the eject button of the drive not working.

In the latter case, though you can eject CD drive by right clicking on the drive, but with this tool you can close/eject CD drive with one keyboard shortcut key.

There are two versions of Anti-lost CD Ejector is available, a free, lite version and a pro-version. Following are the features of lite version:
  1. Eject CD, if it is in CD-drive when you shutdown or restart Windows (it doesn't work with "force shutdown" of some shutdown programs).
  2. Close/eject CD drive only with one hotkey (SCROLL LOCK. PRINT SCREEN or PAUSE/BREAK according to your choice).
  3. CD-monitoring - you can always see, whether a disk is in a drive or not, without opening the drive, only by looking on an icon in the system tray.

The program tested successfully on Windows 7 and Windows XP. Download Anti-lost CD Ejector at source.

Comments

  1. Thanks for sharing! Nice tool!

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  2. Works great, but only works with one drive at a time. If you have 2 drivesyou want to control simultaneously, you can't.

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