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    CD ejectioin...Tried everything!
    Alright, this isn't your typical hold the track pad button, eject, or F12 button, to eject the disk. I inserted the disk the mac didn't recognize so, I restarted while holding the trackpad button. I got nothing. I then held the f12 button while starting up and noticed that nothing was working. I can hear the apple startup sound, but I never see the apple or the little spinny thing under the apple. I would like to know what to do now. I can not get passed the grey screen.

    Any help or suggestions would be greatly appreciated. I'm currently on hold with apple, so I figured I'd try mac-forums. I always get fast results here.

    Thanks,

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    P.S. I've tried the search button.

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    was this a small disc or was this a standard sized disc?
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    Quote Originally Posted by PowerBookG4
    was this a small disc or was this a standard sized disc?
    It was a standard size disk. It somehow fixed itself. I walked downstairs and came back up and it was fixed. Pretty wierd.

    Thanks,
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    It was playing hard to get [to]. So if you do the same (you walked down stairs and ignored it) it will feel lonely so then it will cooperate!

    :doctor:

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    Quote Originally Posted by PowerBookG4
    was this a small disc or was this a standard sized disc?
    This is off subject but where did you get the changing box at the bottom? One says Mac User, etc?

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    somebody else had it.. so I clicked it, then it brings you to a site where you can make it.
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    hurray! powerbook and I have the same mac os x user userbar!

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