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Version actuelle par : Wallace Karraker ,

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-About 10 years ago I had a customer drop off a Cube with a CD stuck inside that wouldn’t eject, the self-adhesive label had lifted an edge and stuck to something in the drive. Before starting the labor intensive removal of the drive from the internal frame I tried an old technique I found that worked on PowerBooks with similar drives. If you take a Post-It note and gently insert it into the drive and then rub it down on the CD with a spudger or tongue depressor you can provide additional force when the drive is asked to eject the CD. In this case the label was still able to be removed intact without performing a complete disassembly of the drive.
+About 10 years ago I had a customer drop off a Cube with a CD stuck inside that wouldn’t eject, the self-adhesive label had lifted an edge and stuck to something in the drive. Before starting the labor intensive removal of the drive from the internal frame I tried an old technique I found that worked on PowerBooks with similar drives. If you take a Post-It note and gently insert it into the drive and then rub it down on the CD with a spudger or tongue depressor you can provide additional force when the drive is asked to eject the CD. In this case the CD and label were still able to be removed intact without performing a complete disassembly of the drive.

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Contribution d'origine par : Wallace Karraker ,

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About 10 years ago I had a customer drop off a Cube with a CD stuck inside that wouldn’t eject, the self-adhesive label had lifted an edge and stuck to something in the drive. Before starting the labor intensive removal of the drive from the internal frame I tried an old technique I found that worked on PowerBooks with similar drives. If you take a Post-It note and gently insert it into the drive and then rub it down on the CD with a spudger or tongue depressor you can provide additional force when the drive is asked to eject the CD. In this case the label was still able to be removed intact without performing a complete disassembly of the drive.

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