On 12/17/05 6:08 AM, "Tony Gamble" <tgamble180 at rogers.com> wrote: > I was watching a burned DVD last evening while performing a couple of > other light tasks (transfering files via firewire), when suddenly the > image froze and I had to force quit DVD player app. I then > discovered that I could not eject the disc, so I restarted... only to > discover that I still could not eject the disc. I tried everything I > could think of: eject from Disk Utility, from Terminal, from Open > Firmware, holding trackpad click on boot... even went as far as > resetting PRAM, NVRAM and PMU. All the while, the drive wouldn't > even show up in the System Profiler, although on every restart I can > hear it spin up and otherwise physically function. > > Drive is a Matshita in an iBook G4/1.42Ghz running 10.4.3. > > Anybody trip over this problem before? Fortunately, I'm still under > warranty. > > Tony > Just curious, but if you're still under warranty why don't you simply pick up the phone and call Apple?