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How to disable Windows Vista’s CD/DVD auto eject feature

If you’re a Windows Vista user, you might have come across a weird situation when you accidentally click on the CD/DVD drive icon. If there is no CD in the drive the tray will be ejected automatically.

If you find it annoying, here is a simple application called Disable Auto Eject that lets you disable Vista’s auto eject feature.

Remember, you really only need this fix in vista, because XP or Windows 7 don't do the auto CD tray eject thing.

To disable "auto ejecting", you need to turn off the build-in CD/DVD burning feature in vista (you can still burn CD/DVDs with other applications). This app will do just that.

You can download it free at Codeplex

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