So I have a 2011 Intel iMac, and the superdrive has stopped working. I don't have apple care, and I don't have the money to replace the drive, but I want/need bootcamp. I have tried almost every workaround I can to get this stupid thing to work. External dvd drive (nope), usb loading (nope). I just recently tried the plist edit trick to make a bootable USB, but you guessed it! It didn't work. Now my mac is stuck trying to boot from a usb that it apparently can't detect (No bootable device detected), and startup hotkeys won't work. I've tried Shift, alt, command, C, X, whatever the PRAM one is.. But nope. Just boots to that black screen telling me the bootable usb it created isn't there. Ideally I'd like to get it to detect the bootable USB, but anything that will get me back into OSX will be fine. Please help. I'm getting a PC as soon as possible so I don't have to deal with this anymore.