Question about Apple iBook G4 Mac Notebook
If you restart the computer and just after it restarts if you hold down the eject key on the keyboard it should eject the disc, if not I would check to see if there is a tiny hole on the disc drive that you can stick a paper clip in - not sure if the ibook will have it but worth while checking.
1. Restart the computer.
2. Immediately after the startup sound, press and hold the key
Note: The Command key has the Apple icon on it.
3. Release the keys when you see a white screen that says "Welcome to
4. At the prompt, type: eject cd
5. Press Return, then wait a few seconds. The disc drive should eject any disc that is present, and "ok" appears behind your command when the
action is complete.
6. Type: mac-boot
7. Press Return.
Posted on Dec 30, 2010
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