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Cd will not eject

Cd in macbook but no picture of cd to drag to trash.how do i eject?

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How do I eject disc?


If the Mac is on, dragging a disc icon (CD, DVD, floppy) onto the Trash Can ejects the disc. The Trash Can icon will change to Eject. Pressing and holding F12 often works. Look at the keyboard for an Eject button - not all keyboards will have the feature. In some programs, there is an Eject option in the Menu or on the toolbar. The last choice is to press and hold the mouse or trackpad button and restart the system.

I hope this helps.

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In the Finder (on your Desktop), you can usually remove your CD by
  • simply dragging the icon for the CD to the Trash (Trash icon will turn into an eject icon).
  • You can also right-click (Ctrl-Click) on the CD icon and Select "Eject" from the dropdown menu.

If your CD doesn't eject,
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  • press and hold the mouse key (press the click on the trackpad);
  • while holding the mouse key (pressing and holding the click on the trackpad), press the power key to restart the computer;
  • let go of the click on the trackpad after the CD ejects.

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What key do iuse to eject a disc from my apple computer


On my MacBook Pro.
Here are the ways that I know.
The EJECT symbol looks like an arrowhead with an underline underneath.
Look for a key with the symbol on the upper right of the keyboard.
Go to FINDER and look for DEVICES. The DVD Drive should be listed and there should be the EJECT symbol after it and click it.

From the desktop, drag the DVD to the TRASHCAN.

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I'm thinking it is working normally, so you can either:
1) Select the disk (or open a folder inside that disk) and press Command+E and that should EJECT the disk.
2) Drag the disk to the trash

If the computer is not ejecting the disk after that then you have a problem with the hardware. The next step would be trying to eject it while restarting.

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First try the normal methods to remove the disc. Drag its icon to the Trash can in the Dock or select 'Eject' from the File menu. If you are running a virtual machine, e.g. VMFusion, ensure that the CD is disconnected from the virtual machine. This will sometimes allow the CD to now show up in Mac OS X. Shut down the computer and start up whilst holding down the mouse button. This may take some time, but keep your finger on the mouse button right up until the disc comes out or the log-in screen has appeared. If you have Toast Titanium installed on your computer, choose EJECT DISC from the menubar. Sometimes you can successfully use the eject disc button in iTunes even if the disc is not visible to the Finder Open Disk Utility and choose the disc you wish to eject in the left-hand pane, then click on the Eject button. Some Macintoshes have a paperclip hole that you can insert a straightened paperclip into, manually triggering the eject mechanism. Open Terminal and type "drutil tray eject" to eject the disc/tray, and "drutil tray close" to close the tray. Restart the computer while holding down Command-Option-O-F, to enter the Open Firmware prompt. Type "eject cd" without the quotes, and press return. The disk ought to eject. To start into OS X, type "mac-boot" without the quotes. Press return, and the computer will continue with the startup. (This will not work on an Intel Mac. There is no Open Firmware on Intel Macs. ) If your computer has an eject button on the keyboard, restart the computer holding down the Option key. When the startup disk selection screen appears, let go of the option key and press the keyboard's eject button.

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How did you try to eject the disc?
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APPLE MACBOOK WOULD BOOT. THE BOOT CD IS


unfortunately on the newer mac computer including the macbook you cannot boot to open firmware but there are other options
option 1)simply try holding down the mouse button or track pad button during boot after the first chime is sounded this will instruct the computer to eject the cd through the firmware
option 2) you can bypass the cd boot by holding down the option key after the first boot chime another simple solution this will allow you to choose a startup disk during...startup after which you can try the eject button on the keyboard or select the disk in finder and eject via trash can or eject symbol(symbol located in the open folder view of finder)
option 3) there is also a manual eject button though it may be harder to locate as they have change placements of it over the years however it can usually be found by probing the top center or far right of the cd slot with a paper clip just be gentle you don't want to damage an expensive piece of equipment by just carelessly jamming metal in it
you may want to try searching apple with your particular model and search for manual cd eject
best wishes, Crash

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