Howdy .... This morning I put a CD in my MacBook to test if the disk was readable or not. Well, it's not readable ... the MacBook, not liking it, immediately decided to eject this disk. Unfortunately, the disk won't eject. The CD has a sticker label on it so I guess it's making the disk slightly too thick for the drive and won't come out. To make matters worse, since it's an unreadable CD the drive keeps trying to eject it every 30 seconds while I work. Not only is this driving me nuts but I probably will want to actually use my CD drive again someday. Any advice on how to get this out? I found this guy with the same exact problem online: http://www.blurt.info/technology/how-i-removed-a-cd-stuck-in-my-macbook-pro/ His solution seems simple but I can't get my head around it. I think I've found the spring he talks about, but I can't really know for sure. Regardless, it doesn't work for me. Perhaps the knife and thin screwdriver I used aren't thin enough ... Any insight or other solutions are more than welcome. I'd like to avoid taking this to the Mac Store as I know this weekend will be absolutely CRAZY there (IPhone mania).