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MacOS - Eject CD-Rom using a command line


It may happens that the CD-ROM tray of your Macbook is blocked and that you're unable to unlock it (using the Eject button). Here's a simple command that may help out out.
  • Open a terminal
  • sudo drutil eject  
  • Press the Enter key
  • Give your password when it is requested.
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