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Running my finger along the disc slot iMac24 did the trick after all others failed.. Many thanks! Aug 14, PM. Just had the same issue where the disc wasn't recognised and couldnt be ejected. Saw on another thread to be aware if you have Parallels or VMWare running the virtual OS could have operation of the disc - and in my case it did so I ejected it from Parallels. Sep 11, AM.
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Oct 8, PM in response to jnmaloof In response to jnmaloof. I just wanted to say "thank you" to jnmaloof. I'd tried every scrap of advice I could find online, as well as working with a customer service rep on the phone. Thanks to you, I've just cancelled my appointment at the Apple store for tomorrow.
My 4-month-old son thanks you for sparing him a trip to Tyson's Corner that would almost certainly have tanked nap time. Much appreciated. The Option key worked a charm.
Oct 8, PM. Oct 8, PM in response to wildcatherder2 In response to wildcatherder2. Big big thank you from me as well. I didn't even know I had a CD in there. Right mouse click worked for me. Oct 26, PM. Dec 2, PM in response to j-ho In response to j-ho. J-ho, thanks, that was my issue.
How to Eject a Stuck CD / DVD from a MacBook Pro
Virtual Box had grabbed hold of the CD. I went to Windows on the VM, and ejected the disk and problem solved. Dec 2, PM. I have had the same issue with my Macbook Pro for months now. Everything I tried did not work. And I tried all of the five steps above, repeatedly. I finally got it out today. It was a combination of the running your thumb along the seal although I used a greeting card and turning the computer on its side and shaking it up and down while the ejecting or non-ejecting is happening.
I got the shaking idea from another thread about this. I did try just clearing the opening as suggested above, but it didn't work that way all by itself. So I added the shaking. Dec 12, AM.
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Desktops Speciality level out of ten: 1. Press the Eject button on your keyboard.
Next put your Mac to sleep then wake it back up. Now restart your Mac and wait for everything to load up.
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Upon start-up this time your CD should eject itself. Shut down your Mac and unplug the MagSafe power adaptor from your Mac and from the wall socket. Wait a few seconds then take your battery out of the Mac then re-insert the battery. Turn your MacBook back on, if your CD does not eject on its own on start-up try to eject using the eject button or by pressing F This method worked rather well for me in a couple of cases but I would try this last.
Restart your MacBook then hold it on its side with the optical drive facing down.
How to Eject a Stuck CD or DVD From Your Mac
If your desktop loads up and still no CD has presented itself then it was unsuccessful. A video is useful but a MacBook is very sensitive and handling it yourself in this manner is highly risky.
Honestly there are only two ways to avoid this problem from happening again, get it fixed altogether by taking it to an Apple Store — which none of us want to do — or you can do what I did and buy an external optical drive. The thing about this issue is that if it happens a lot then there is obviously something wrong and you can ship it off to be fixed and be Macless or you can use the alternative external optical drive.
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