- 1 Why won’t my MacBook Pro play a DVD?
- 2 How do I view a DVD on my Mac?
- 3 How do I fix my DVD drive on my MacBook Pro?
- 4 How do I get a stuck DVD out of my MacBook Pro?
- 5 Can I watch a DVD on my computer?
- 6 How do I play a DVD on my MacBook Pro with an external DVD drive?
- 7 How do I connect my DVD to my MacBook air?
- 8 How do I manually open my Macbook Pro CD drive?
- 9 How do you force eject on a Macbook Pro?
- 10 Where is the Eject key on a macbook pro?
- 11 How do you eject a CD from a Mac that is not responding?
Why won’t my MacBook Pro play a DVD?
DVD not be recognized/read usually happens when you insert DVD disc improperly, have a damaged disc or DVD drive, or your DVD drive driver goes outdated. For that, you can repair or buy a new DVD drive, or reset NVRAM (or PRAM) via press and hold the Command-Option-P-R keys to shut down your computer and turn on later.
How do I view a DVD on my Mac?
Click the little Spotlight icon in the upper right corner of your Mac’s screen. Search for DVD Player, and the app’s icon will appear at the top of the Top Hits. Double click on the icon and the app will launch. Once launched you can open a DVD by going to File > Open DVD Player.
How do I fix my DVD drive on my MacBook Pro?
Press the eject button on the side of the MacBook to eject the disc manually. Reinsert the disc and eject it several times. It’s possible that dust or lint inside the drive is preventing automatic disc ejections.
How do I get a stuck DVD out of my MacBook Pro?
1. Drag the CD/DVD icon to the Trash, reboot the Mac and hold down the mouse button, or the “Eject” button on your keyboard. 2. Launch Apple’s Disk Utility application, select the stuck CD/DVD and hit the “Eject” button.
Can I watch a DVD on my computer?
All versions of Windows have a player called Windows Media Player. Note: Windows DVD Player app enables Windows 10 PCs with an optical disc drive to play DVD movies (but not Blu-ray discs). You can buy it in the Microsoft Store.
How do I play a DVD on my MacBook Pro with an external DVD drive?
Use an External Optical Drive Once you’ve attached your external drive to your Mac, you can use it in exactly the same way as a built-in optical drive: simply insert the DVD or CD into the SuperDrive, and the relevant media-playing app should launch automatically.
How do I connect my DVD to my MacBook air?
The easiest option is to simply purchase an external USB DVD drive. Apple makes such a thing in the form of its $79 USB SuperDrive. Just jack it into your MacBook’s USB port and shove your discs into it as needed.
How do I manually open my Macbook Pro CD drive?
Hold down your trackpad button (or your left mouse button) and restart your Mac. Hold the button down until the desktop appears. This will trigger the system to eject your disc before macOS begins loading.
How do you force eject on a Macbook Pro?
Restart your computer, and hold down the mouse button. If you have a 2 button mouse, hold down the left click. If your computer has an eject key on the keyboard, restart the computer again, this time holding the eject key. Open a Terminal window and type in drutil tray eject.
Where is the Eject key on a macbook pro?
The eject key sits in the upper right corner of most modern Apple keyboards.
How do you eject a CD from a Mac that is not responding?
If you can’t eject a CD or DVD Try to eject the disc again. If you still can’t eject the CD or DVD, choose Apple menu > Restart. While your computer restarts, press and hold the mouse or trackpad button until the disc is ejected.