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For 32bit, if you read through superdrjve above, it’s my understanding that as we need the AppleODDInstaller. Don’t worry, it’s a one time thing, just as steps A and D: I didn’t say “look for the CD”.
November 22, at 2: This website is using cookies. On the Terminal enter the command: Every post here is constructive except for yours.
How to Use Apple SuperDrive with Windows and PC
This is related to Windows. I get a lot of X-rays sent to me on Windows only format CDs Start up Win10, log in, plug the SuperDrive.
No idea how to fix this? If I try it normally on the Mac and VB etc is closed, it works fine. See the “Upload attachment” tab below the reply form. Anil Kumar B Replied on February 6, Create a proper USB filter. Also, it would be great if you could give a ‘step by step’ of what you did to get ths Superdrive to work for you.
Is that still a problem with a Superdrive? Here’s what’s got to happen, and that goes for all USB devices: The solution is as simple as installing the right drivers for it.
We could help you answer that question if you told us specifically which Mac you have. The CD drive appears in the list and no new driver is available as it says it is up to date. Enter your email address below:.
Apple MacBook Air SuperDrive Drivers Download – Update Apple Software
If yes, instructions in the next post for step D, just to keep it manageable. I have also seen that it is possible with drivers to use a Mac Superdrive on a PC.
Because my display is too old.
I can find Terminal and Device Manager though, even though I really don’t know what to do with them. August 18, at Make sure that the device is seen in Windows. February 26, at 2: It is likely missing the required drivers and Windows can’t recognize it without them.
Once the drivers are installed properly in Windows, the Apple SuperDrive should accept discs, read, write, and eject them as expected, just like it does on the Mac.