|Jul 11, 2003, 09:21 PM||#7|
Funny, when I search the Drive Compatibilty Database (HERE), I find 4 reports that more than answer your question.
You're welcome, BTW.
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Last edited by solvs; Jul 11, 2003 at 09:29 PM.
|Jul 12, 2003, 09:36 AM||#8|
|Jul 12, 2003, 11:24 AM||#9|
I just did a search on the drive compatibility database. I got 4 results.
Search for this:
Drive type: "DVD+R/RW + DVD-R/RW"
Drive Brand: Pioneer
Mac OS Version: OS X
That will get you the 4 results I found.
Basically to answer your question, one person posted iDVD didn't complain about the drive, but he hasn't tried burning a DVD in iDVD yet.
Hope this helps!
|Jul 12, 2003, 05:32 PM||#10|
Well my Pioneer 106 is NOT compatible with my power mac. Nothing will burn, but it will read DVDs. iDVD doesn't like it. Disk utility doesn't like it. System profiler sees it as just a DVD+R drive and says burning is not supported.
Crap, I spent an hour filing down the mirror door opening so the tray would go through.
The latest Macworld says the 05 works, but since this is the 06, perhaps the + makes the difference.
God, I hope I can get DVD Studio Pro to burn. I just ordered that and I'll let you all know.
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