Dell CD Eject Fn+F10 Hotkey Support, v.X02, A00

This utility will allow the use of the CD Eject Hot Key on the Blade

Fixes & Enhancements

Initial Release for this Project


Version X02, A00


System Utilities

Release date

28 Jan 2003

Last Updated

03 Nov 2011


Available formats

File Format:Hard-Drive
File Name:R38653.EXE
Download Type:HTTP
File Size: 918 KB
Format Description:This file contains a compressed (or zipped) set of files. Download the file to a folder on your hard drive, and then run (double-click) it to unzip the set of files. Follow the instructions to complete the installation.
To ensure the integrity of your download, please verify the checksum value.
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By downloading, you accept the terms of the Dell Software License Agreement.

Supported Operating Systems
Windows 2000
Windows XP
Installation instructions
1) Download the self-extracting file to your hard drive.
2) Execute the downloaded file by double-clicking on it.
3) Click "OK" after verifying from the pop-up window that this driver is
for your system.
4) Click UNZIP to extract the files to their default location. If you
don't like this directory, you can enter another. If the directory does
not exist, one will be created.
5) After the files have been extracted, click on OK to launch the
information and installation instructions.
6) Click on the "Install Now" button at the bottom of the page that
appears, and follow the prompts to install the utility.
Warning: Do not turn off your computer or disconnect from your power source while updating the BIOS or you may harm your computer. During the update, your computer will restart and you will briefly see a black screen.

This driver has been tested by both the independent software vendor (ISV) and Dell on the operating systems, graphics cards, and application supported by your device to ensure maximum compatibility and performance. Details

Dell recommends the customer review specifics about the update to determine if it applies to your system. The update contains changes that impact only certain configurations, or provides new features that may/may not apply to your environment.