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Care and Feeding of CD-ROMs

In a message dated 6/29/99 1:43:04 AM Eastern Daylight Time, 
Edels@email.msn.com writes:

<<   In Windows 95/98/NT 4.0:    The above method still works (unless the 
programmer specifically disabled the keys).  Better, press the 
Ctrl-Alt-Delete keys.  This will give you a chance to look at the tasks 
running via Task Manager.  Select the recalcitrant program, and click on the 
"End Task" button.  You may need to do this several times before it actually 
ends.  (Don't press Ctrl-Alt-Delete too many times in a
 row, or it will exit the system).  >>

That gets the task to end, but now you've suddenly interrupted the program 
and you're still stuck with the cd sitting in the drive.  Why not go to 
nonags.com and download a free cd player front end which will close the 
program and eject the cd among a number of other good things?
I'm using one called Notify CD player and I think it's great!