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Apple Notebooks Apple's notebook computers including MacBook Pro, MacBook, MacBook Air, PowerBook, and iBook.

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ok so i accidently hit my macbook (from fright or anger or whatever you call it) and now the hard drive w/ the disk thing like.. i can put things in it but now i cant get the disk out and im scared to take it in because i dont wanna pay for it. do you have any hints or something??
I HAVE TRIED THE REBOOT HOLD DOWN TRACK PAD
I HAVE REBOOTED
I HAVE CLICKED EJECT IN EVERY SINGLE WAY

im running out of options.
(pls dont make me take it apart)
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ok i figured out that it comes out but only to an extent where it wont come out all the way???
it comes out but then it thinks its going back in and its like "lol okay thanks now i'll read the disk (---:"
its not right you guys pls help me !!!!
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Saranghae for reading this but, i found out all i need to do is just catch the disk on its way out (-:
Thnx for readin me on this epic journey of my disk lmao xx
sayonara <333
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I'm no computer expert but I recommend not hitting your MacBook.
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