Question about Apple MacBook Mac Notebook
Okay, here are ALL your options, easiest first.
1. Boot up with the eject button pressed (top right-hand on the keyboard)
2. Boot up with the left-hand mouse/trackpad button held down
3. The firmware eject (a bit more serious) Boot up with Command, Option, O and F buttons held down. Type eject-cd and the cd will pop out. Type mac-boot and you are rock and rolling
4. From the boys at Rent-A-Nerd... http://web.me.com/alexthenerd/Rent-A-Nerd_(UK)/TopTips/Entries/2008/6/25_Useful_Trick_No.2_%3A%3A__Ejecting_a_Disk_Thats_Stuck_In_A_Slot_Drive.html
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Posted on Jul 25, 2010
To eject a CD from a Macintosh, start from power-off. Press the power button, and immediately hold down the trackpad button. Continue to hold the button until you hear the optical drive eject, or try to eject. If the CD does not eject successfully, then it is physically stuck, which is a different issue and requires professional service, which may involve replacement of the optical drive.
Posted on Jul 14, 2010
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