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Discussion in 'Mac Basics and Help' started by Paulk, Jul 23, 2015.
There is no slot to insert a cd into my computer. Is there a simple answer to how can this be done?
USB optical drive. Or if you have another PC/Mac, you can use the Remote Disc application to read the CD/DVD from your Mac using that computer.
Hmm, where i the USB optical drive?
I did a search for it on Digital Inn and nothing came up...
Something like this bro. Any one will work, though I'd recommend a brand that is more reliable like Samsung, as the real low price ones are flaky to say the least. Otherwise you can get the Apple SuperDrive though that's a lot more pricey.
Thank you, I'll shop around for one.
If you only have a few discs to read, it's probably not worth it to you to buy the "official" Apple Superdrive.
I believe you'll do just fine with a run-of-the-mill USB CD/DVD reader/writer from a place like amazon.
Samsung drives seem to be fairly decent...
Thanks, I'll look that up and think about it.
Plus for the price of the SuperDrive you can get a good optical drive that can both read and write Blu-Ray discs.
Thanks, that's another possibility for me to explore.