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I inserted a blank CD-R into the iBook to check what it was and it was a software for the PC.
Now I can not eject the cd after pressing F12.


The cd is also not letting me shut down the iBook completely. :/ If I shutdown, it stalls and not shutdown.
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Does it not have a little hole that you can stick a paper clip in to manually eject?
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Reboot the computer and hold down the mouse button as the system boots up.

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Reboot the computer and hold down the mouse button as the system boots up.
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No problem. Glad I was able to help.

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