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Also on macs if you start with either the mouse button or the clicker below the touchpad pressed it will if it can eject the contents of the drive.
Posted on Oct 18, 2009
Check out the apple web site. It depends on the computer, not the software. There is usually a eject button just inside the DVD slot on the desktops and laptops. Yours may be on the top or bottom or left or right of the slot depending on which you have. you will push the button inside the slot with a hard paper clip type tool. It should eject mechanically, not electronically.
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