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Dec 04, 2006Have tried to hold down the mouse button, as well as started up using option, command, o, f, then typing eject cd and boot-mac. still not working. can't tell what the problem is. sounds like it's trying to get it out and just can't quite make it happen. is there another way to get the cd out? is there a true manual eject that i can do.ing, can i force the mechanism to eject the disk somehow?How force eject discDec 12, 2013How Do I Manually Eject theMay 07, 2008Manual eject on slot-loading drives..Dec 29, 2007How to manually eject a disc?Mar 28, 2006See more results
How to Manually Eject a Disc From an Apple Mac Mini
Remove any items sitting on top of your Mac Mini. Select the "Disc" icon and chose the "File" menu Quit any applications currently using the disc. Then hold down the "Eject" key or press "F12" to Click the Apple menu, select the option to "Log Out" and then log back in to your account. Attempt Select the Apple menu, choose "Restart" and hold down the mouse button while the computer
SOLVED: How do I eject a disk? - Apple USB SuperDrive
1. Press the eject key in the top right corner of the keyboard. (Not present in a macbook air) 2. Drag disk icon from desktop to trash can. 3. Right click on disk icon and click eject. 4. Use disk utility to manually force unmount the inserted disk from within the superdrive. This will cause it to eject.Start up while holding down the trackpad button.16I'm pretty sure the person asking the question is not asking how to eject a disk with it's image mounted on the desktop. Quick way: Go to Applications/Utilities/Disk Utility and choose First Aid. You'll see your drives, including the CD/DVD drive. You will see the disk that is stuck in there, but it will be grayed out. Click on it to select it. See the eject button above the list? Click that and the disk will pop out. A disk that isn't even recognized by the Disk Utility can be dealt with by using Terminal. Launch Terminal, located at /Applications/Utilities. In the Terminal window, enter one of the following three commands: If you have a single optical drive: drutil eject If you have both an internal and external optical drive, use the appropriate command below, depending on which drive has the stuck CD or DVD: drutil eject internal or
drutil eject external
Press return or enter after entering one of the above commands in Terminal. The stuck CD or DVD should be ejected.39Assuming you are on a macbook air. One way is to go into finder and under FINDER in menu bar click on preferences. Click on sidebar button at top of pop up window. Bottom of list is devices, check the box for show cds, dvds on desktop. Go to the desktop and control click (right click ) on the cd/dvd icon and choose eject. You can also drag the cd/dvd icon to the trash can which will turn into an eject button.31. Press the eject key in the top right corner of the keyboard. (Not present in a macbook air) 2. Drag disk icon from desktop to trash can. 3. Right click on disk icon and click eject. 4. Use disk utility to manually force unmount the inserted disk from within the superdrive. This will cause it to eject.3I cannot tell you how happy I am, I have just got a stuck disc ejected from the darn superdrive. I am using external superdrive on my iMac, I put in a disc, it started spinning, rev up and rev down, no mounting what so ever, no icon, no stopping. I restart and shutdown/reboot many times, no luck. checked on line for different suggestions and tried many of those, still no luck. That had been 2 hours or 3 hours I had worked on it and I got very frustrated. I was about to give up, then I suddenly had an idea. I pulled the superdrive away from the iMac and plug into my windows pc sitting next to me, boot up, and BINGO!! the disc got ejected when windows was up and running. Guess that it is a good idea to use both windows and Mac together.3My wife: The external drive is not recognized and the CD is stuck in the external drive (SuperDrive). Me: Did you put two cds inside it? My wife: no. I tried all the tips above, they did not work for me. I inserted an empty envelope from my energy bill and I slowly pull it out. Success! The FIRST cd was out. For the SECOND cd I used the "/usr/bin/drutil eject" trick.3Just figured this out. FIRST you have to go to Finder-> preferences then click the button that lets you see CD/DVD on desktop. THEN you can drag that CD to the trash and it will eject! it took me over a year to figure this out (but clearly it was not super important to me..) Since I'm here.. is my SuperDrive capable of burning? and burning what? Thanks1To save time and energy connect the super drive to any windows pc and then eject the dvd as normal. Works every time.1Go to Terminal Type in: /usr/bin/drutil eject Then hit return key Worked instantly!0
How Do I Eject a CD or DVD From My Mac?
Some Apple keyboards have an eject key, usually located in the upper right corner of the keyboard. Press the Eject key to eject the CD or DVD from the drive.; On any keyboard, including those originally designed for use with a Windows PC, press and hold the F12 key until the CD or DVD is ejected from the drive. This may take several seconds.
3 Ways to Eject an iPod - wikiHow
Mar 29, 2019How to Eject an iPod. This wikiHow teaches you how to safely disconnect your iPod from your computer through iTunes or by manually ejecting it. Open iTunes. The iTunes icon is Views: 2
Get help with the slot-loading SuperDrive on your Mac
If the disc still does not eject, contact Apple or an Apple Authorized Service Provider, or make an appointment with an Apple Retail Store for additional assistance. Noisy or vibrating drive. Note that due to the way optical drives function by rotating the disc rapidly, some noise and vibration is expected.
How to Eject a CD From Your Mac: 12 Steps (with Pictures)
Views: 1MEjecting Normally: Press your Mac's "⏏ Eject" button. This key is in the top-right corner of your Ejecting a Stuck Disk: Close any open apps. Some CD drives—especially external ones—won't
Manual Eject Stuck CD/DVD from a Mac (MacBook)
May 08, 2007thank you soooooo much, the cd was stuck for weeks, your method of restart/holding trackpad worked instantly, of course apple did not have this information, as they want you to pay for repairsshame on CR-APPLE for no manual eject pinhole, and may your (free) help to others reap you many blessings!!!!
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