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iTunes.stop inporting

first post here, so, a warm hello to everybody!

imagine you import a Cd in iTunes.10 tracks.track no 7 is dammaged.the little wheel start wheeling and iTunes is blocked! can't even eject the CD because a window pops saying "the CD xxx is in use and can't be ejected"
The only way to get out out that situation is to force iTunes to quit!
any other ways that i am not aware of?
kindest regards

"It?s kind of fun to do the impossible."-Walt Disney-

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Force Quit iTunes

Apple + Option + Esc will present you with a Force Quit option. Choose iTunes and it should quit.

If the CD is still in the drive and mounted on the desktop, you should be able to eject it by either:
1. Dragging it to the trash
2. Pressing the Eject button on the Keyboard
3. Right Click/CTRL+ Click the disk icon and choose Eject from the contextual menu.
If the disk is not visible on the desktop, restart the computer and hold down the mouse button (Left if a multi-button mouse) until the disk is ejected.

Nice to see you here. The next time you post, please include more details like computer type and OS. Just like the red writing at the top of each post says. It helps immensely.

Let us know what happens


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can you read properly my post?
i dont need a lecture about how to use basic command in any mac os.
if you cant help me sorting out what I think is a bug,dont waste your time.somebody else more qualified than you, and less arrogant , might come this way
have a good day

ok like that?

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It seems to me

that Pete did read your post and answer your question properly.

If a track is damaged and the CD is stuck, his methods seem the only options you have.

I'm sorry these didn't appear to work for you. Please feel free to search the internet for other solutions if they exist.


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