I don't see the point of checking something that almost always has something to fix. Thw only thing I've done since then is to travel a few hundred miles with it in a car. Continue tapping the disc (like you are trying to tap the disc into the drive) and gradually increase the force of the tap until, bingo, the disc sucks into the drive!!! cheers Permalink 1.1k 6.7k 90 schtel over 6 years ago This post is hidden because you reported it for abuse. navigate here
I don't play CDs, unless installing software, so I don't think I spotted the problem when trying to play a CD. No more thinking of taking it to Apple Care or spending a bomb. I Had a noisy vibration with my drive as well as the blocked half way so I had to hold the disk while inserting then pull on it when it tried I am running Mac OS X Version 10.4.11 I've clicked on the Apple and the "more info" box is shaded and won't let me click on it! https://discussions.apple.com/thread/5031507?tstart=0
Please try again now or at a later time. If you have a recent model MacBook you may be suffering what many others are fighting with, and things may have stopped working after a firmware update. Then, click More Info. I've tested the DVD drive in a new user account.
share Share on Twitter Share on Facebook Email Link Like + Quote Reply AnneWithAnE, Aug 10, 2012 AnneWithAnE macrumors newbie Joined: Aug 10, 2012 #16 Success achieved after waiting overnight Thanks You will need to hold these keys down simultaneously in step 4.3. Resource How to Repair Disk Permissions on Mac OS X? Reset The Smc Macbook Pro The software completed copying the movie and ejected the DVD and asked that I insert a blank DVD into the drive to continue with the copy.
Like magic my drive started working again. the Apple Help for Disk Utility does not suggest that you repair permissions twice, but I always do this. Show this post sylviothegreat edited over 7 years ago Listen Mac sucks just as PC seriously I love working on them but it costs more and is just as unstable as
In fact, my wife as a librarian generates more yearly income than I do… :D The main point is that nowadays I'm using the Mac as my main tool to generate
If this isn't successful, eject and reinsert the disc several times. share Share on Twitter Share on Facebook Email Link Like + Quote Reply stafro, Jul 19, 2012 stafro macrumors newbie Joined: Jul 19, 2012 #15 I can't agree more.... ...thanks for Macbook Pro Cd Drive Won't Accept Cd Juciluce xx share Share on Twitter Share on Facebook Email Link Like + Quote Reply Jazzman25, Jul 15, 2012 Jazzman25 macrumors member Joined: Jan 15, 2007 #14 imac 27 - Macbook Pro Cd Drive Not Reading You can check this by putting the disc upside-down on a flat surface.
type: reboot and press return key. check over here Jun 8, 2014 3:39 PM Helpful (0) Reply options Link to this post by Artiss, Artiss Jun 14, 2014 7:33 PM in response to mattcurtis777 Level 1 (0 points) Jun 14, You need to insert discs nearly all the way before the drive will activate and pull them in. Show this post schtelany repairs can be done with ease Like, er, replacing a PowerBook G4 display…? ;) That's where the Apple-authorized technician - as mentioned above - failed three times Macbook Pro Won't Accept Disc
most actually. Last time I looked a new battery was about £100!!! :) Permalink 1.1k 6.7k 90 schtel over 7 years ago This post is hidden because you reported it for abuse. I know its not my drive. his comment is here Flag Permalink This was helpful (0) Collapse - Warranty extension by mrmacfixit Forum moderator / February 14, 2009 9:09 AM PST In reply to: Try a lens cleaner but Not sure
Spike!!! Macbook Pro Cd Drive Not Grabbing Cd Here's my problem: when I put a CD or DVD into the drive, it spins around and clicks a lot but never seems to really catch, and after about a minute Watch QueueQueueWatch QueueQueue Remove allDisconnect Loading...
Reset the System Management Controller (SMC). If there aren't any raised labels then try putting the disc in a few more times. Worked a treat! Vision Express Lense Cloth I used the Toast, but the problem started the next time I restarted my machine.
I ran Onyx a week ago and it said that there were some files that needs correcting, but I just ran it again and it verifies my S.M.A.R.T. I've decided also to replace my 120GB HD with a new 500GB HD and increase my 2 GB RAM upto max 3 GB. well... http://itenlightenment.com/macbook-pro/macbook-dvd-drive-not-working.html If nothing you try works, it’s time to look at a replacement drive.
Thanks for your help and i'll probably need more help very soon! Any damage sustained to the drive or the disc as a result of operating it in this manner is not covered by the products warranty. Region issue with commercial DVDs. I called Geeksquad, cause I have a 4 year warranty, and they wanted me to bring it in.
Mark Mr. I was then able to eject the disc and it continued to operate normally again. I was tickled I just had to register to say thanks.