Why does laptop cd drive sound like it is opening Tags: Laptops CD Drives Toshiba Last response: December 19, 2011 12:21 AM in Laptops & Notebooks Share devinhog August 18, 2011 1:01:16 AM Hello, My brand new Toshiba laptop keeps making a noise like the cd drive is trying to open. It does not open, but it keeps making the noise and I can feel it through the machine. Is it defective? Should I return it? More about : laptop drive sound opening | E-mail me updates | Report abuse Register or log in to remove ktltel December 19, 2011 12:21:06 AM Mine too. I also just bought a Toshiba and am having the exact problem. We are taking it back tomorrow. Did you find out what was wrong? firstname.lastname@example.org | Report abuse Ask the community Publish Tom's Hardware>Forum>Laptops & Notebooks>Why does laptop cd drive sound like it is opening> Related ressources: ForumDoes this really sound like a CD problem??? ForumWhy is my laptop does not read my cd or dvd disc ForumWhy does the cd drive not work on my laptop ForumDoes this sound like a CPU or mobo problem? ForumWhy does my laptop make a high pitched noise when it is first turned on? ForumWhy does my computer smell like burning plastic while playing a graphicly powerf ForumDoes my setup sound like a good idea? ForumDoes any body really like XP so far...? ForumWhy by dvd drive in my acer laptop does not read cd , Have windows 7 home basics ForumCD drive wont Open , Drive doesn't respond -> please help ForumWhy does my laptop have a dvd rom but cant play dvds ForumDVD drive and cd drive is not detected! ForumSoftware downloads to restore cd drive for toshibatr laptop ForumBack light or Inverter? ForumGaming laptop help ForumLooking for a decent sub-$700 laptop ForumNeed Advise, Gaming Laptop Forum[Solved] I have an acer 4520 laptop with power on problems ForumWhich Metropcs phones can I use to tether to my laptop? ForumHow to disable laptop screen More resources Read discussions in other Laptops & Notebooks categories Battery Acer Asus Dell Hewlett Packard iPad Toshiba Vaio !