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restart mac and press down the trackpad after you hear the startup noise
that does not work try opening up disk utility and click on the icon of
your disk under the left hand column then go up to eject button and
or open up terminal found in the utilities folder within your applications folder and then type in drutil tray eject and then press return
what to do is try pick up your macbook tilt the macbook to the one side
and press the eject key and hopefully the effect of gravity will allow
the CD to fall out.
One other way to do it which I have used
recently but IT CAN BREAK THE CD DRIVE (Use it at your own risk), so only use it as a last
resort. Get a thin piece of plastic (or credit card) and put a piece of double sided tape
on it then with the macbook switched off insert the piece of plastic
with the tape facing down in relation to the keyboard. Put it in about
half an inch and you may be able to drag the CD out. Hope it helps.
is this a headunit you have just installed? if not then I am not sure, but if it is, try swapping the red and yellow wires over. One should have permanent live, the other should be switchable. (unless you want the headunit to stay on when the ignition is off, in which case put them both to a permenant live feed.) Hope this helps.
If your pioneer AVIC car navigation unit does not register your touches or the wrong button is “pressed”, you need to re-calibrate your screen’s digitizer.
1-Hold the Eject button down until the face of the unit drops all the way 2-Using a pen hold down the reset button (just above the joystick) and the navigation disc eject simultaneously. 3-Release the reset button. 4-Release the dvd eject button next. The display will read “press reset” 5-Push the joystick up two times. 6-Push the joystick down twice. 7-Press the joystick in. 8-The service menu will appear after a short pause. You can navigate the service menu using the joystick. 9-Chose the first menu option and press in on the joystick. 10-Trace the screen with a stylus. 11-"P.ADJ" is the back button 12-Chose the second menu item in order to calibrate the touch screen. Use a stylus again and tap the "+" sign on the screen. (You may have to touch slightly off center if the digitizer is damaged. In which case things will still be off but it will be much better.)
I have the same prob with mine right now and thats why I came here was to find the manual.
In the manual it states that that when something like this happens you need to hold two buttons for a few seconds and what it does is it resets the cpu in the deck.
I had to do it before and yes I was kind of leary of the solution also but IT WORKED!!
Now I'll have to dig before posting this otherwise I didnt just create a common solution I talked about it.
Ok while holding power/ATT press eject for more than two seconds,
and it says careful not to drop the cd~~~DAAA
Or to reset the unit: While holding SEL (select) press power/ATT
for more than two seconds and that will reset the unit to factory
And this was actually from my owners manual of which I found...