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New (to me) blueberry cd stuck in drive

Cd stuck in the cdrom drive. how do I remove it?

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  • RodM Aug 08, 2008

    Will receive blueberry in a few days, but current owner has expressed a desire to keep the cdrom that is currently stuck.

    Thank you


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The other way is to start up with the mouse button pressed and it will eject it.

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If this is a slot loading machine there may be a little hole next to the CD-Rom drive. Slide a paper clip into the hole and the CD should pop right out. If this is not a slot loading machine then it will be the same procedure only the hole for the CD-Rom will be on the CD-Rom tray itself
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