While trying to upgrade my 1st gen MacBook to Snow Leopard I THINK I discovered that my superdrive is dead... I got everything backed up and then popped in the snow leopard disk, nothing happened. I couldn't get snow leopard to mount or anything. It would spin up and then eject itself. Thinking it was a problem with the snow leopard disk I tried a leopard(10.5) disk and the same thing, then I tried a DVD movie and the same thing happened. I checked my AppleCare status and of course the warranty is up. Soooooo, is my super drive dead or is it possibly something else? Its my mothers computer, and she doesn't really need the super drive but it bugs me, haha. Is it worth taking it to Apple to get fixed or should I just get a new MacBook. Any ideas will be appreciated. Thanks ahead of time!