The network disk should be gone. But if you don’t see a progress bar in the Spotlight menu, then it is likely that mds is hung. I just got off the phone with my brother after going through all of this only to have him laugh uncontrollably when he realized he had never put his Season 4 If you're disc is truly stuck, it's likely that these won't fix your problem. have a peek here
I'm in Mexico City, it's a Sunday, there is no Apple service centre open here, I cannot get through to any 24 hour Apple Call centre and my seminar starts at When I go to reboot the system turns off in 1 split second which makes me think the system is not on at all. Reply Alex M says: March 19, 2012 at 1:34 pm The business card was a great idea. In about 2-3 minutes, MBP rebooted and said the disk inserted was not readable and asked me to eject the disk and it did. https://support.apple.com/kb/PH19026
Forcibly unmounting a volume is not the same as pulling the plug. This specifically useful in the case where you've inserted a faulty CD/DVD or maybe region-specific DVD that your drive won't be able to read it and somehow turned off your mac Sounds weird but the following worked for me. Reply Leave a Reply Click here to cancel reply.
Reply Fiona says: August 18, 2015 at 3:07 am Wow, thank you! It booted itself out when I waited. Glenn Künzler View more posts from J. Trackpad Button Mac I watched a DVD movie on my MacBook Pro last night. [ Reply to This | # ] Eject a stuck CD/DVD from a MacBook Pro SuperDrive Authored by: dramaguru on
Then tried with a plastic ruler (1/8″ thick), and CD came right out! Disk Won't Eject Macbook Pro But this did not work. –Nicolas Barbulesco Dec 23 '14 at 15:09 1 Sorry to hear about that. Tried all recommendations. In the latter case, you are physically removing power from the device in a sudden way, which, as one imagines, can cause damage to a magnetic disk rotating at several K
Follow J. Mac Can't Eject External Hard Drive May 31, 2012 5:45 AM Helpful (5) Reply options Link to this post by ds store, ds store May 31, 2012 1:51 PM in response to CLAMFARMER Level 7 (30,400 points) That was it! Reply jeijei says: July 27, 2012 at 9:04 am The card trick works!!
What a miracle. sudo mdutil -i off "/Volumes/Name_of_Drive" (-E erases and rebuilds the index). How To Eject Disk From External Mac Drive Mine just started up and ejected the CD after 3 weeks of being jammed… I almost cried… Reply DS says: May 28, 2012 at 12:52 pm Opened force quit under the Disc Stuck In Mac I've wasted so much time I don't have, and I'd be incredibly grateful for any help. [ Reply to This | # ] Eject a stuck CD/DVD from a MacBook Pro
I have Mac OS X 10.6.8. HELP!! [ Reply to This | # ] Eject a stuck CD/DVD from a MacBook Pro SuperDrive Authored by: bjgillard on Apr 28, '12 01:11:48PM The method I have been using But such processes get spawned again. I also have the flashing question mark. How To Eject Cd From Macbook Pro Manually
But I tried to make Spotlight ignore my disk for the moment. If you can’t eject an external disk or storage device Choose Apple menu > Log Out, then log in again. Reply bk says: April 18, 2012 at 10:18 am Do not try to put credit cards and knives and anything else into the drive!!! Check This Out Reply Oettie says: July 23, 2012 at 11:10 pm The DVD stuck for almost an hour, could not force anything to quit, tried everything in panic, and finally, in the 2nd
At the startup/login screen: Tilt at about 45 degrees towards you. (You should be sitting in front of the laptop) Press the eject button multiple times. Apple External Cd Drive Won't Eject I had tried everything from Terminal commands to credit cards and this one is really easy. A reboot may be required.
When the computer is off, you can safely disconnect the drive. If the Disc is Physically Stuck When none of the above has worked, you may have a disc that’s physically stuck in your drive. And I wasn't having any reboot problems. How To Eject Disc From Mac That Doesn't Show Up If your Mac is in warrantee, bring it to the Apple Store, or an Apple Authorized Service Provider.
Maybe. Any ideas? I told him "no thanks" that I would get the disk out myself. this contact form Macbook Pro.
The problem is that on my MacBook Pro (2010), there's a rubber protection thing around the drive opening - and that rubber is SO hard that the drive engine simply doesn't Then I read the post above and held the MBP upside down and pressed the eject button. This triggers the system to eject your disk before OS X begins loading.