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Disc stuck in cd drive and is spinning but no response on screen or from keyboard.

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Hi there,

to get the disc out, reboot the computer and hold down the mouse button until the disc comes out.

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Well another way is to eject it manually with something like a clipboard. you just push and the disc comes out the thing you should push is on the right side of the CD tray or slot.
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