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If holding down the eject button on the keyboard when restarting doesn't work, then the easiest way is to insert a business card of credit card into the CD-Slot. Slide it in until it 'pops' the CD up slightly, whic release it. You can then use tweezers or similar to pull the CD gently from the laptop.

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