How do you Get Rid of Remote Disc on Mac??

Posted in  mac | 2022-03-18

Eight Ways to Force Eject a Disc From Your Mac's Optical Drive

Hold down the eject key. Drag the disc icon to your Mac's trash bin. Right-click on the disc icon and select eject. Press Command > E.

Why is there a Remote Disk on my Mac?

The “Remote Disk” option is there to allow the Mac user access to a CD or DVD disc loaded into a separate computer another optical driveequipped Mac, or a similarlyequipped PC running the necessary Windows application on the same network, as though that drive were connected directly to the Mac.

How do I Force Eject a Remote Disc?

Locate the pinhole on the front of the disc drive.
Grab a pin, needle or uncoiled paper clip that fits into the pinhole.
Insert the pin into the hole and push until the disc or tray pops out.
It will only pop out a little. Pull it out with your hand the rest of the way.

What is a Remote Disk?

A disk drive in another network.

Where is Remote Disk on Mac?

Open a Finder window on the Mac without an optical drive.
Scroll down the sidebar menu and select Remote Disc under Devices.
Doubleclick on the Computer that you want to access the optical drive from.