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Unable to insert disk
Assuming of course the iMac is otherwise running and functioning normally, this would indicate that the drive has gone bad. Usually, when you first turn on the computer, you'll hear the drive make a sound. If this is not happening, either there is a disk stuck in it or the drive is defunct. visit this page for some tips on ejecting a stuck disk. If that does not work, you will need to replace the drive.
Posted on Apr 26, 2013
When you insert a disk, you can easily feel that an already stucked disk will block your way. If that happens, that means you need to remove the disk otherwise it really depends what kind of disk you are inserting. Some drives will throw out incompatible disks. If that is not the case the drive may be defective.
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