|Sep 30, 2005, 02:01 PM||#1|
iMac superdrive is dead- what replacement do I get??
Here's my problem- my iMac's superdrive no longer works- won't read or write DVD's at all.
So was wondering if anyone here could help- should I get a new internal drive for my ageing iMac or should I get an external burner?
Taking apart the iMac to fit it isn't a problem as I've already replaced the internal hard drive in the past but I'm unsure as to what drive I can fit and still keep iDVD supported burning etc.
If I get an external firewire burner is it possible to boot off that to install Tiger?
Any help would be gratefully appreciated.
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