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My Mac OS 9,1 swallowed my cd

Q: My Mac OS 9,1 swallowed my cd


Yesterday I put my cd in the computer and he doesn't recognises him. So I can't ask him to give my cd back, because he doesn't know that he has one! So I can't get him back!!

Can you help me? Do you know someone who can help me?

Please don't hesitate to contact me.

Greetings Sofie


Can anyone tell me how much inkt the HP DesignJet 500 uses? For example how much inkt does he use on 10m of paper, when it is 100 % colored?

Do you know someone who can help me? Can you help me?

Please don't hesitate to contact me!

Greetings Sofie

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A: My Mac OS 9,1 swallowed my cd

On the front of your CD Player you will have a small hole (like a pin hole) use a straightened out paper clip or a piece of wire and push it into this hole,it will release the front door and then you can CAREFULLY pull the tray out by hand and then retrieve your cd.

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I had 6 partitions.

I made 4 into unallocated space & added them to my C:\ partition.

Now I have 2 partitions.
The EFI one is 100% free space.
It is 161 MBs.
I was thinking of merging it too.
Would that hurt ?

A picture---

A:swallowed up 4 partitions

A UEFI system needs a separate Fat32 EFI partition to boot.

I suppose you have noticed your OS partition is showing as an OEM partition?

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When I came back to work from the summer, I was looking at my hdd space, and out of 150GB, I only have 15 GB free. I used WinDirStat (ran as Administrator) to see what was suddenly hogging up all my hdd space, and "Unknown is a whopping 93 GB. Like I said, I did "Run as Administrator", and I have no idea what that is and can't seem to find out with all the system files and hidden files "shown".

Any clues about what to do next?
SysInfo info
Tech Support Guy System Info Utility version
OS Version: Microsoft Windows 7 Professional, Service Pack 1, 64 bit
Processor: Intel(R) Core(TM)2 Duo CPU E8400 @ 3.00GHz, Intel64 Family 6 Model 23 Stepping 10
Processor Count: 2
RAM: 1995 Mb
Graphics Card: Intel(R) Q45/Q43 Express Chipset, 773 Mb
Hard Drives: C: Total - 152485 MB, Free - 18671 MB;
Motherboard: Dell Inc., 03NVJ6
Antivirus: Microsoft Security Essentials, Updated and Enabled

A:Solved: HDD space swallowed up

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We put a disc into the computer and we waited and waited and nothing happened so we opened the disc drive and the dvd wasn't there! We were like WHAT! So we got a flashlight and peered in and its like there. We can see it but it won't come out!!! And this is a new laptop(it's a Toshiba). How do we get it out?! Should we turn the computer on its side and shake it? HELP!!!!!

A:Solved: The computer swallowed my disc!

You can try shaking it but if that doesn't work tell us what model Toshiba it is (it will be on the bottom somewhere) and hopefully we can help you to dismantle it and get the disk out. That could void the warranty though so you must decide if you want to risk that.

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For a particular usecase, I need to swallow the event resulting from the 'x' (clear icon) rendered for input = text fields;
The click on clear icon should not clear the field and the event should be swallowed.
In my code, event anywhere on the page is swallowed except the 'x' icon click which causes the field to be emptied.

Please indicate how to identify and swallow the event.


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