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How to Put CDs Into an iMac

Updated April 17, 2017

Apple's iMac desktop computers feature a sleek design with most of the input drives and jacks hidden from view. As part of this design scheme, the iMac does not have a front-loading CD tray like many other computers. Instead, the iMac has an open, slot-loading CD drive. You can insert a CD into this slot-loading drive on the iMac at any time.

Turn on your iMac.

Hold the CD so that the label is facing you, if you are in front of the monitor.

Insert the CD into the open slot on the right side of the iMac monitor.

Push the CD into the drive gently until you feel the drive start to pull the disc the rest of the way in.

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A professional writer, Michael Butler has been writing Web content since 2010. Butler brings expertise in legal and computer issues to his how-to articles. He has a Bachelor of Arts in English literature from Washburn University. Butler also has a Juris Doctor from Indiana University School of Law, Bloomington.