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    22 Jun 2008 Repeat the eject and loading of the DVD from the Nintendo Wii 10 times to make sure it was .. Anonymous 12/23/2010 10:31:00 AM . Amongst all the boxes was my Mac Mini box (luckily I had my MacBook Pro; but haven’t7 Nov 2007 Mac OS X – Force Ejecting a CD. Restart your computer, and hold down the mouse button. If you have a 2 button mouse, hold down the left click. If your computer has an eject key on the keyboard, restart the computer again, this time holding the eject key. Open a Terminal window and type in drutil tray eject.
    will not eject a disk – Sony MDS-JB940 Mini Disc Player question. Posted by doughyler on Oct 03, 2010 Every Mac that has an optical drive has an eject key on the keyboard. than you need to go through when a simple paperclip will move the manual eject lever. My wii won’t let the disk to come out.
    Method 3: Boot into Open Firmware and eject If you have a Mac that will not startup properly and has a stuck disc, try booting into Open
    Manually ejecting a disc using one of the supported methods outlined by Apple in this article applies to Mac OS X Mountain Lion and the Mid-2010 Mac Mini.
    14 Sep 2006 I’m guessing there’s no emergency eject button on a mini? Nothing digital worked with my PPC Mac mini and an audio CD that OS X would
    Ah, the downfall of slot drives – getting a disc stuck in it when it dies 🙁 For example, the Nintendo Wii is a vertical slot loader that will accept
    I put it in, and when I try to eject it it makes the sound of it ejecting but no manner of manual eject attempts would work because the disc is

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