I couldn't eject it, it wasn't showing up on the desktop and didn't respond to the eject button on the keyboard or anything else. So I restarted my 27 iMac (2.9ghz) 2011 model I believe? Now the Mac won't start up properly. I either wind up with a blue screen, or I get to accounts login page, and it doesn't respond to the mouse or keyboard, and the disk is churning. I thought there was a way to eject a disk with a paperclip. On older macs there was a little hole next to the drive that you stuck the end of a paperclip in. There isn't one on this newer iMac, but someone had said that the reset button was in the drive slot itself, at one end or the other? I tried that but have been able to find it. Anything to be done here, or does it have to go to the repair shop? Thanks!