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I've had this happen before also, open the door to the device and there should be a very small pinhole just big enough for a paperclip to fit in, use a paperclip this has no paint on it, gently put the paperclip in the hole and push easily and it will hit a plate and it should push the the disc holder so that it opens, hope this helps. You really have to look for the hole so good luck, Paul.
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f you're trying to eject an external disk:
Choose Apple menu > Log Out, and then log in again. Try to eject the disk again.
If you still can't eject the disk, choose Apple menu > Shut Down. Disconnect the disk from your computer, and then start up your computer again.
If you're trying to eject a CD or DVD:
Choose Apple menu > Log Out, and then log in again. Try to eject the disc again.
If you still can't eject the CD or DVD, choose Apple menu > Restart. While your computer restarts, hold down the mouse button or trackpad button until the disc is ejected.
If you're trying to eject a network disk:
Choose Apple menu > Log Out, and then log in again. The network disk should be gone.
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