Hope it helps. [ Reply to This | # ] Eject a stuck CD/DVD from a MacBook Pro SuperDrive Authored by: BCollia on Dec 07, '09 08:56:12PM MY DVD IS STUCK There are no icon on the desktop, and I can't open Safari or iTunes. Then I lifted the macbook so that the smartdrive opening was facing the ground, pressed the eject button and as the drive tried to eject the DVD (you can hear the Phones Pick of the Week Press Rel Printers Reviews Scanners Site News Storage Devices System System 10.4 System 10.5 System 10.6 System 10.7 System 10.8 System 10.9 UNIX Web Browsers check over here
I just got off the phone with my brother after going through all of this only to have him laugh uncontrollably when he realized he had never put his Season 4 If none of the above methods work, take your computer to a computer repair store or an Apple store and allow a professional to physically remove the disc. This is due to a faulty hard disk that needs replacing! [ Reply to This | # ] Eject a stuck CD/DVD from a MacBook Pro SuperDrive Authored by: xld00d on When using a second Mac, you have a couple of options: drag the playlist items to a Finder folder, copy the folder to the other Mac, and import the tracks into
I restarted my Mac while holding the trackpad button and it was successful. If you happen to be unlucky, however, and the disk still wo't eject, there are still a few more things you can do! F^%&$ APPLE!!!
Also, on a side note this problem was caused by trying to import a CD into iTunes that was heavily scratched. In this case the stuck disc was an obvious mis-burn; it's almost as if when EFI gets ahold of a disc with a damaged or unkown format, it scours the disc yeehar! How To Eject Cd From Macbook Pro Manually Pressing the O and F keys while closing down the iMac.7.
Here's the CDs & DVDs System Preference. How To Eject Cd From Macbook Air External Drive Follow J. We tied vitually eveything else. https://discussions.apple.com/docs/DOC-1015 Is it a coincidence that it rebooted into the os??
Trouble is, I don't use that keyboard. How To Eject Cd From Mac External Drive Thanks again! [ Reply to This | # ] Eject a stuck CD/DVD from a MacBook Pro SuperDrive Authored by: deneicy on Jul 15, '10 01:40:24PM Gee, only 300,000+ views! I Restarted, no fix, Restarted from an external drive and ran Diskwarrior, no fix. Most Popular Author Copy Created with Sketch.
This is my first MAC actually the first computer I have purchased myself - you guys are amazing! [ Reply to This | # ] Eject a stuck CD/DVD from a Thanks for the help Dah•veed !!!!!!!!!!! How To Eject Cd From Macbook Pro United States Copyright © Apple Inc. Eject Button On Macbook Pro If you’re planning on burning an MP3 CD, which will only work on systems that specifically support MP3 CDs, you’ll get about 700 MB.
If your CD got stuck, try the drutil command first and only if this fails try a reboot. [ Reply to This | # ] Eject a stuck CD/DVD from a Mac Pro tower desktop users, should take note of this thread which has some solutions specific to that model.10. The... Like (1) Categories: Replies 4 Replies: Name Email Address Website Address Name (Required) Email Address (Required, will not be published) Website Address <%= commentBody %> Delete User Tip Are you sure How To Eject Cd From Macbook Pro If Stuck
My internet now worked, but itunes would not load. There is a possibility that the disc is not being read by your computer because it got stuck before fully inserting into the disc drive. 2 If your Mac has a After a few minutes have past, the disk may eject itself (that's the default if you insert a disk before login). Tip: Older Macs have a little hole that you can stick a paperclip in to eject the disc.
After I figured that out. How To Eject Disc From Mac That Doesn't Show Up Rockin. Jan 26, 2012 3:50 AM Helpful (0) Reply options Link to this post by Michael Warshauer, Michael Warshauer May 11, 2012 3:43 PM in response to Tootsie1 Level 1 (40 points)
He lives in a small town in Utah, enjoys bacon more than you can possibly imagine, and is severely addicted to pie. The plastic case of former probably a bit more bendy than the aluminium, and was blocking the disc in some way. Disk Utility doesn't see it. The trick is to be patient.
One is to permanently install an eject icon in the toolbar menu situated at the top of your desktop. Thought I should share as we used every method in this thread to try and get said disc out. Jan 25, 2012 7:33 AM Helpful (0) Reply options Link to this post by Dah•veed, Dah•veed Jan 25, 2012 10:44 AM in response to Tootsie1 Level 8 (35,265 points) Mac App Sounds weird but the following worked for me.
Click on the menu in the upper right cornershown in this image below:If below the line of Spotlight it says indexing, you need to wait until everything is done indexing before Hide Question All replies Helpful answers Page 1 Next by Dah•veed, Dah•veed Jan 25, 2012 5:46 AM in response to Tootsie1 Level 8 (35,265 points) Mac App Store Jan 25, 2012 Hope this helps. Pressing the Eject key while opening the iMac.2.
It hasn't been confirmed whether it works for the older Mac or MacBook or the newer Core 2 Duo series (Although it would surprise me if it doesn't). Jul 13, 2012 12:48 PM Helpful (0) Reply options Link to this post by Michael Warshauer, Michael Warshauer Jul 13, 2012 1:43 PM in response to u725810 Level 1 (40 points) Thanks!
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