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    Instructions to force eject disc in Mac?

    In PC we do have a option of force ejecting the disc if it gets stuck in the drive or so. Is there any option like that available in Mac? Can you please provide me the instructions to force eject it now? Kindly give me the information soon.

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    luck Array
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    Re: Instructions to force eject disc in Mac?

    Hello Dear Friend ...


    Follow the below steps

    First of all turn off your Mac

    Then turn it ON

    While turning it on Press right click

    There you will find an option called EJECT

    You just click on that

    That is it



    ALL THE GOOD LUCK

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    Re: Instructions to force eject disc in Mac?

    Hi friend,

    Definitely i will help you for force eject the disc drive in mac.For this implement the below instructions.

    ---> Turn on the system first.

    ---> Now refresh the system once and tap the computer option from desktop or from startup menu.

    ---> Now a new window will open with all hard drives and disk drive.

    ---> Place the cursor on disk drive and tap the options with right click.

    ---> In options you will see the eject option.

    ---> Tap the eject.Now you done the force eject option.


    Thank you..........

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    Re: Instructions to force eject disc in Mac?

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    For the force ejection of disc you can use the command terminal,
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    So follow the steps:
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    =) launch the terminal command window so you have to write the title that is “drutil eject””

    =) Then press the “enter” from the keyboard.

    =) Now check your disk is eject or not.

    =) By doing that your disk is eject forcefully.

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    Re: Instructions to force eject disc in Mac?

    hello friends..

    to solve the problem:

    watch the following video

    1)first of all,open My computer window

    2)here you will see the list of drives in your computer

    3)right click on the Disk Drive

    4)click on the Eject option

    your problem will be solved

    all the best

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    Re: Instructions to force eject disc in Mac?

    1 First try the normal methods to remove the disc. Drag its icon to the Trash can in the Dock or select 'Eject' from the File menu.
    2 If you are running a virtual machine, e.g. VMFusion, ensure that the CD is disconnected from the virtual machine. This will sometimes allow the CD to now show up in Mac OS X.
    3 If you have Toast Titanium installed on your computer, choose EJECT DISC from the menubar.
    4 Sometimes you can successfully use the eject disc button in iTunes even if the disc is not visible to the Finder.
    5 Try mounted device ejector tools like CleanGenius or Disk Ejector to get the disc out.
    6. Open Disk Utility and choose the disc you wish to eject in the left-hand pane, then click on the Eject button.

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    Re: Instructions to force eject disc in Mac?

    Hello Friend,

    Just Follow Some Steps Are :

    >> In The Windows When We Have Installed The Software Related To DVD Writer Than They Show The "Force Eject" Option.
    >> And In The Mac I Have Tell The Very Easy Process When Your CD Not Eject From The Writer
    >> So When You Have Insert The CD In The Writer, And Want The Eject Than Press The Eject Button Only One Time
    >> Than They Eject The CD In Min And Very Min Time.
    >> And Also When You Have Press The Eject Button So Many Times Than They Take The More Times Because They Got The Many Instruction From The User For The Eject Process So They Take The More Time.
    >> So Also Press Only One Time Than They Eject Fast.

    I Hope That Info Is Usefully

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    Re: Instructions to force eject disc in Mac?

    Hi,
    It is possible to force eject the disc in mac system.
    For ejecting you need to do the mentioned things.First of all close the all pages that you opened.After closing you will see the my computer option on your mac home screen.So,tap this.After tapping you will see the all drivers and removable disks and disk drives here.
    So,select the disc drive by single tap on it.After selecting you tap the right click option.
    Now you will see the different options.In this options find and tap the eject option.Now your forece eject is done.You can also force eject by directly pressing the eject button on disk drive.

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    Re: Instructions to force eject disc in Mac?

    Hello sir,
    Simply follow me for the solution as:::::>>>>>

    ***Simply restart your device.

    ***During starting right click on the screen.

    ***here tap on the eject.

    that's all.
    Thanks for the questioning.

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