Question about Apple 24" iMac Desktop
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I've had success in the past by using a thin knife blade, or metal ruler (a medium sized pocket knife works well)... Stick a small square of double-sided tape on the blade/ruler... IMPORTANT! Very gently slide the blade/ruler into the slot, do so at a slight angle so you first clear the edge of the disk. Then gently, but firmly, press the blade/ruler down on the disk so the double sided tape sticks... now press the 'eject' button on the keyboard (or the go to Finder and select the disk and click the eject icon), at the same time try to gently wiggle the blade/ruler outward to assist in removing the disk!
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