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Im new to Macs, the 1st disk installs ok in bootcamp, then the program ask's for disk 2, which im unable to insert as i can't get the 1st disk to eject! Im running a 24"iMac. Im sure the answer is really simple but i can't do it!!!

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Hey- goto my computer and you will see the disk- right click eject


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Ok, With Rome it doesn't allow access to 'my computer' so you can not right click and eject disk. On the PC when you are asked to insert disk 2 you just press the open button on the drive. Obviously Imacs don't have this option. Therefore im unable to eject disk 1 so i can continue with the installation. There must be a keyboard shortcut? There is def not any reset button on my 24 Imac, this is really silly!!
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