How does the Air SuperDrive eject a disk? Is it a slot drive?
- Asked by Layne P from Wellton
- Nov 1, 2010
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8 Answers from the Community
To eject a SuperDrive from the new MacAir (2011 model without an eject key) follow these steps:
Applications Folder >Utilities > Disk Utility
• Click on SuperDrive icon which will show up in the left window
• Click on “Eject” from menu bar drop down menu
- Answered by Joe W from Lilburn
- Sep 23, 2011
For the new MacBook Air that does not have an eject button on the keyboard, open Finder and on the left side of the window underneath "Devices" you can select to eject the disc.
- Answered by Sarah Jane M from Welland
- Sep 14, 2011
You can also select the disk on the desktop (if CD/DVD is enabled for desktop icons) and press ⌘E to eject the disc.
- Answered by Ian T from Vallejo
- Oct 4, 2011
I think command E will work too
- Answered by Laurie M from Williamsburg
- Mar 17, 2012
No eject button on new mac book air - how do you eject a disk from the air super drive?
- Answered by Gregory L from Longview
- Aug 19, 2011
The MacBook Air SuperDrive ejects using the Eject Key on the top right hand corner of your keyboard. It can also be ejected by throwing the icon of the superdrive into the trash. And yes it is slot loading drive.
- Answered by Ryan M from San Luis Obispo
- Nov 5, 2010
Yes, it is a slot drie and it ejects disc via the eject button on the keyboard.
- Answered by James H
- Nov 4, 2010
There's an eject button on the MacBook Air's Internal keyboard.
- Answered by Sigurdur H from Colborne
- Nov 5, 2010