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During the installation process of Windows 7 on my MacBook Pro, it asks me to eject the DVD so that I can put in a disk with drivers. I have the driver disk but I can't figure out how to eject the DVD. Pressing a holding the eject button doesn't seem to do anything.

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Write the .iso at 2x not 8x, so that the MacBook can read it and doesn't need you to insert another disk.

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