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My Macbook won't except my disk.

I try and put in my Civilization 4 disk into my MacBook, but when I do, it makes the receiving noise, than spits the disk out. I've had my laptop since Christmas, and never had this problem before.

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YOU MAY HAVE A VIRUS ON THE DISK OR THE DISC IS CORRUPTED OR UNREADABLE

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