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Look for a character that looks like a little pyramid on the screen or when you touch the Finder key. Hit it and when it goes off it means that you ejected the disc.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: dvd stuck in my computer
When the Mac is turned on look for the small hole near the dvd drive (slot loading i take it?) you will need to insert a straightened paperclip or similar into the hole, the dvd should pop straight out, if the is no hole then if memory serves me the switch is just inside the slot on the right hand side (don't try if you arent confident as you don't want to risk breaking your drive)
also have you tried booting while holding eject, it's done the trick for me on a mackbook pro once or twice
Posted on Dec 10, 2008
SOURCE: stuck dvd in superdrive
re my last e-mail if you open the flap of the superdrive on the left hand side at the bottom you will see a little white L shape. I inserted a small screwdriver and pushed the L part that is protruding the most back I then pulled the drive out with a finger on either side of the drive and removed the disk. the drive seems to be working fine now having tested it with other discs. I assume this is the same as using a straight paper clip on a machine with a hole to activate the mechanism manually.
Posted on Dec 31, 2008
SOURCE: mac mini superdrive ejects discs
I think the answer is in your question. Pioneer DVD-RW drive, DVD+R disc.
For some reason known only to Apple, some drives do not work with all discs. Mine will not burn -R dual Layer discs.
Posted on Nov 24, 2009
Wow, I wish I had any good news for you (other than, "the election season's almost over!")
Inserting a mini-disk into any slot-loading Mac optical drive pretty much kills it. Short of opening up the optical drive itself - which usually throws it out of spec if it isn't already ruined - there is no remedy other than to replace the entire optical drive.
Posted on Nov 01, 2010
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