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If you cannot a use a hammer to tap a prybar or the cv attachment for a slide hammer between the inner joint housing and the differential, then the inner cv shaft is jammed in there, it is not the directions previously provided are incorrect or that you are doing anyting wrong. It is just an unanticipated problem that normal directions dont account for.
you have a few choices at this point. you can remove the other cv axle and use a hammer and punch to pop the end of the stuck one out, or you can use a drill and drill a 3/8" to 1/2" hole in the side of the inner joint housing, run a bolt thru it, and run the bolt thru a bearing puller slide hammer attachment, secure it with a couple of nuts, and then slide hammer it out.
finally, you can use a punch or cold chisel with end placed on end of the housing at an angle and use a 3lb hammer to knock it out