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CDROM Access Enable or Disable with VB.net

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i want to enable the CDROM or disable the CDROM with Code from VB.Net.

i need help

Georg
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The best it looks like you're going to be able to do is to PInvoke into the Kernel and disable or enable the CD-ROM hardware.  It's not exactly an easy task though.
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