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I have a cd in my Mac OS X10.6.8 that will not be

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hi...i have a cd in my Mac OS X10.6.8 that will not be released...can you help me?
Submitted: 8 months ago.
Category: Mac
Expert:  Dustin replied 8 months ago.

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Does your mac show the cd icon on your desktop? can it read or see the CD at all?

Also, what type of mac do you have. A macbook, Imac, mac air ?

Customer: replied 8 months ago.
i can see the cd icon and everytime i click the ejection it starts the movie over...i have a Mac OSX 10.6.8
Expert:  Dustin replied 8 months ago.

Understood.. How about if you drag the cd icon to the trash, does that eject it?

if not, try this.. Open your finder / spotlight and type terminal , then open the terminal app.

If you have a single optical drive:

drutil eject

If you have both an internal and external optical drive, use the appropriate command below, depending on which drive has the stuck CD or DVD:

drutil eject internal

drutil eject external

Press return or enter after entering one of the above commands in Terminal.

Let me know if this works for you or not.

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Dustin S.

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