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If this is a USB flash memory card you can drag the icon to the Trash can , that is now acting as an eject .
Alt1 , Right mouse the icon or Select CMD click , choose eject from the contextual menu .
At2 , click on the Finder in the dock , A window opens , In the list of devices on the left hand side of the windows , there is a small eject button for any external or USB memory cards . Click the Icon to eject .
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Use Disk Utility to eject , if you only want to unmount a single volume on the disk, is to use Disk Utility, located in Applications/Utilities. In Disk Utility, simply select the volume you want to unmount and click Eject.please follow one of these guides to add an eject to your menu bar .http://www.methodshop.com/gadgets/tutorials/osx-menuextras/index.shtmlorhttp://www.creativetechs.com/tips/quicktips_51.htmlYou may be able to eject using the menu bar tool , select the desktop icon , use eject.
it said to go to the finder and select my hard drive. I don't see it. should it be listed under devices?
Hard drive will be named Mac HD etc .
If you don’t see it on your desktop you can show it on the desktop , by , Finder menu , prefs . Tick on all the boxes . close panel .
I followed the first link you sent me and there is now an eject icon on the top right. When i click it , it says superdrive. is that what i want? I also went to finder menu, prefs, and clicked all boxes but it didn't show anything that sounded like it was related to this. Do we have a different version or maybe mine doesn't show what yours does.
Hi super drive is the DVD burner in your mac , When a DVD or CD is inserted you can use the menu icon to eject .
That eject menu bar will eject only the DVD or CD .
For Flash drives or externals , you can use the Finder window Eject buttons . see picture .
or you can drag the desktop icon to the trash , that is now an eject button , see photo below .
Also see Finder preferences , and set as shown for Desktop icons.
Click finder , See Finder menu , Finder menu , preferences , General tab.
As you see in the photo , While dragging a external Drive icon , or flash card etc icon , to the trash can , The trash can now is looking like an eject Icon . .
Contextual menus via Right click or CMD click , you can use eject and get info and other options if needed to gather size info and rename files eject , copy paste , and so on . from a contextual menu. Known as right click on windows .
Point the mouse pointer over an icon , then CMD click .
The menu is displayed .
From the contextual menu , you can eject external disks and flash drives and DVD CD .
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Use Firefox with the JA site is you can access the chat text . Will switch to Q and A mode , so you can more easy read the above .