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Old January 16th, 2008, 08:50 AM   #1
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Hello, first of all sorry if this is not the right place to this post but coulnd't find any related to general computer stuff.

I've recently built a "wall computer" for our meetings room. I just needed to have something to access internet, read photos and play DVDs. The thing is everything is vertical so that the computer wouldn't be thick. Dvd drive is vertical also, but that's not a problem since that for regular sized dvds, it has plastic "things" that will hold the dvd until the tray closes.

My problem is to put it to read miniDVDs. I have some slideshows and other stuff that we started doing last year and they look very well, specially because how they are being delivered (printed miniDVDs). Now, I realized I can't put these to play on my drive because they won't hold on position.

Does anybody know, of any drive or accessory that may have these special "plastic things" so that media will hold till the tray closes?

Thanks a lot!
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