Getting a Persistent Disc that is Stuck for Like FOREVER Out of Your MacBook Computer & Internet

Just a moment ago, I had a problem with my MacBook. The friggin' disk just won't get out of my precious baby. It whines and moans once I eject it but no disc ever comes out every time I do it. I looked everywhere for a solution but none of them aided me in my ordeal.
. . . until I found a blog entry discussing one of the reasons why discs won't come out of MBs. That person had the same problem and said his disc won't come out due to a paper label taped on it; and that he had to use a very thin pliant card to get the disc out. He slipped the card under the disc, lifted it up, ejected the disc and voila! The pesky disc came out!
I tried doing that . . . but I failed.
Since I am a very clever human being, using the same principle but a different method, I also FINALLY got the disc out.

  • Make sure your disc is mounted. If not, proceed to step 2; if it is, proceed to step 4.Open the application"Terminal" located in the Utilities folder inside the Applications folder.Type in:
    drutil tray openPress "return/enter."Type in:>> drutil tray eject( . . . but don't press "return/enter" just yet.Flip your MB upside down, with the keyboard facing the floor.Press "return/enter."Grab some champaigne and laggers then have loads of pizzas delivered into your house.**Afterwards? PNP! *

    I really hope I was able to help you. 'Til me next entry, mates!











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