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CD not coming out of my MacBook

I bought a new CD yesterday and I tried to put it in my Macbook but it wasn't going in. It turns out there's another CD in there (there's a CD icon on my Desktop) and I can play the game on my computer. When I press Eject though, nothing comes out. However, it pretends as if there's no CD in there anymore. I've tried everything to get it out but it's just not coming out. What can I do?

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Things I might try that you may or may not have tried already:

  1. Reboot and try to eject again.
  2. Reboot and hold down your mouse button during start up.
  3. Reboot and hold down your the eject button during start up.
If those don't work, check to see if your disk drive is warped in anyway. My old MacBook would only eject if I pried the slot open a little.

I hope you can get your disc out.

Posted on Jun 04, 2009

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