|Jan 30, 2008, 07:57 PM||#1|
Boot Camp on MBA ?
Hello, I'm pretty new to macs and considering buying a macbook air or macbook. I was wondering if you could run boot camp on the macbook air if I didn't have the superdrive. I'm pretty sure I could do it with the superdrive but not so sure if I could somehow do it with remote disc. Any help is appreciated. Thanks
|Jan 30, 2008, 08:00 PM||#3|
It's been reported that Windows cannot be installed via Remote Disc. So you will need the Superdrive. I'd imagine any other external DVD drive would work with the MacBook Air also.
|Jan 30, 2008, 08:30 PM||#4|
you'll need an external usb dvd drive for the mba
i'm sure any external usb dvd drive will work with the mba also and not just the superdrive option
engadget i believe did a test if they can install windows from remote disc and it was a no go
Macbook Air 1.6Ghz, 2GB, 80GB HDD + Superdrive
Mac Pro Quad 3GHz 4GB RAM, 3TB HDD, BFG 8800 GTX + Nvidia 7300
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