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I use to have a Knoppix CD that was given to me by a college professor but it is stuck in a CD drive that can't be opened.  Does anyone know of a site with a download that will make a bootable CD of Knoppix so that I can run that on a computer who's OS crashed to back up data.

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Alan
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Most cd drives have a small hole in front. Insert a straightened paperclip into that hole and push the tray open with it, then you should be able to remove the CD.
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Often if you switch a PC on, and press the eject button during the POST / boot process you can extract the CD concerned.

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theres also gnoppix if your a gnome fan, instead of that kde stuff:P

http://www.gnoppix.org/
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