Launch the application and use the eject command to eject the CD or DVD. Use the Eject menu applet located in the Mac's menu bar. If you don't see one, you can add a menu bar item to eject a CD or DVD. When all else fails, click and hold the mouse or trackpad button while restarting your Mac.
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Jeff Grundy has made an awesome suggestion on how to make an Apple SuperDrive work on a USB Hub. As a background, Apple supports running these drives only when connected directly to the computer. Free wedding programs printable. They also work when connected to a ThunderBolt display, but you’ll get a warning saying the device is underpowered if you put it on an alternative USB Hub. As Jeff writes, it is sufficient to modify one file:
<!DOCTYPE plist PUBLIC'-//Apple//DTD PLIST 1.0//EN''http://www.apple.com/DTDs/
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Then save the file and reboot the machine.
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With this change I am without issues able to run the SuperDrive, lying conveniently in my bookshelf, connected to a Belkin ThunderBolt Dock. It is a powered Hub, so YMMV if you try with an El Cheapo solution.