Need to auto eject a cd-rom disk..
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    Post Need to auto eject a cd-rom disk..

    Any ideas on how to do this without using DDK?

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    Autoeject when ... explain?

    After burning, playing, with ...?

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    I'm trying to create a program that will do the following:

    Change the registered user
    pull up the event viewer
    clear the event viewer
    eject the cd that contains the program
    reboot the machine
    and after login, display systems properties and my computer.

    I'm at the point of developing the part of clearing the event viewer now. But even if I cant get that, after the name has been changed I want the cd to eject.

    Does this explaination help?

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    Maybe the source code from <a href="http://www.cmdtools.com/eject.zip" target="_blank">Dave Navarro's CD tools</a> can help you out.

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    I think it will.
    Thanks a lot.

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