DVD Player Will NOT force him to leave

Hello

After playing a DVD, I ejected the disk and now I want to CLOSE DVD player; It will not CLOSE, so now I'm in vain try to Force Quit the application integrated on my early 2010 MacBook Pro DVD player.  Also, I'm not able to add to my ESET Cyber Security quarantine because it is not a regular file.  Try force quit with a right click and both via the Force Quit window will not work.

Right click on "show all Windows" on "DVD player" on the quay offers a DEFAULT SCREEN with only the two supplied Dock and the same origin.  There is NO MENU BAR provided either at the TOP of the SCREEN?

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