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DVD drive won't eject on this macBook pro. Fixed!

How to eject second dvd drive on mac pro? Posted August 25, This is probably a stupid question but But I can't figure out a way to open the second drive door. Share this post Link to post Share on other sites.

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Nevermind, I found it. There is an eject icon on the menubar near the clock.

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Mac OS X - Force Ejecting a CD

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How to Eject a CD From Your Mac: 12 Steps (with Pictures)

Loading page content. Reply Helpful Thread reply - more options Link to this Post. I am all three, so I've done this a few times Press the 'Eject' key on your keyboard. Quit all open applications, and restart the Finder Apple menu, Force quit, then restart Finder , and try again. Open Terminal, and enter in the following command: drutil tray eject 0 then press return Restart the computer and hold down the Mouse until the disc is ejected.

How to Force Eject on a Mac Terminal

Basically, you use a credit card and some tape to try to grip the CD hard enough and use that friction to pull it out of your Mac: Tools of the Trade: Credit card and double-sided tape. Stick a small patch of sticky tape onto a corner of the credit card it's a good idea to NOT do this over the magnetic strip Put the credit card just into the drive through the little dust flap so you can see a little bit inside the drive. There's a lever that lets the disc eject. You'll need to hold the card over that lever, and try to get the sticky tape onto the disc, then pull out the disc with the card.

It's a little tricky; you just have to be brave