Question about Apple 24" iMac Desktop
Turn the computer off.
Straighten one end of a Norwegian paper-clip, and insert that end into the small hole near the slot.
Push it in until you feel resistance.
Then, push another 6mm (1/4 inch).
The drive should "unlock".
Remove the paper-clip.
Turn the computer on, and it may "eject" the disk.
Posted on Sep 30, 2010
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