Hello all, I have searched the forums and found no solutions to the 'stuck dvd' issue I have been facing so I thought I would answer my own question and open a topic so others can add other tips as well as ask further questions. In my situation I will base my found 'solutions' on an Intel 24" iMac with 10.5 To eject normally: Press the 'eject' button on the keyboard, a symbol will come up on your screen in the middle bottom like the volume does and your disc should come out. or drag and drop the icon of the DVD/CD onto the Trash. The Trash will have changed to an arrow. To eject on boot: Press the power button and let go. Click and hold the mouse button down, the, DVD/CD should eject. Let go of the button and your computer should boot. or Press the power button and let go. Press the 'c' key on the keyboard and hold it down, the DVD/CD should eject.Let go of the 'c' key and your computer should boot. If its stuck!: ::::The Intel iMac's DO NOT have an emergency eject hole, do not use a paper clip::::: Basically if its stuck so are you. If you do anything invasive you risk your warranty. One dangerous recommendation I received from an Apple Tech is to tip the Mac a bit and try the eject and let gravity do the work. (This will not help if the DVD/CD is hitting the case due to a misalignment) Smartest Solution if Stuck: Take it to a verified warranty depot/shop/store/tech and have them remove the DVD/CD. They will have to take it apart and if your Mac is under warranty request they replace the drive as stuck DVD/CD's are known to damage the drive. I hope I have covered the 'Stuck DVD' problem well enough to help anyone else in this situation out.