However, its price (00), size, and weight made actual portability difficult.
Because of this, the demand for a true portable Macintosh was not met.
Although the launch was only six years ago, neither the App Store or Mac App Store existed, and software was still most commonly distributed on CDs and DVDs.
Remote Disc hasn't really changed since it was introduced, requiring at least Mac OS X 10.4.11 or above on the host Mac that's equipped with an optical drive.
Indeed, the Windows software that provides this functionality from a PC hasn't even been updated since it was released, still sitting at v1.0.
If a disk is still stuck in the drive after these methods have been exhausted, you may have an actual hardware problem.
The first thing to do is try the four easy Mac disk eject methods described in the next few steps, each of these is intended to trigger the ejection mechanism of a superdrive / DVD drive on the Mac computer.