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Discussion in 'MacBook Air' started by mjr55, Jan 8, 2012.
I bought a used mba that did not come with a remote disc. Where can I get one?
What exact MBA did you buy and where are you located country wise, as the answer to how get it, may differ.
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Btw, "Remote Disc" is not the correct term, it is "Recovery Disk". Remote Disk is the option/ability to use an optical disk drive (ODD) from a Windows computer or Mac remotely via a local network.
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He might mean Apples Remote Disk that allows you to use another Mac or PC's DVDROM drive to install software programs. Which is usually on the left side of Finder.
I thought so too, but this
makes me think, the OP confuses it with a physical disc, thus my explanation, what Remote Disc and a Recovery Disk is.
I mean the disc that allows you to use other peoples optical drive. What simsaladimbamba said is what I am looking for. I live in NJ, and I have a used 2008 mba
MacBook Air, Mac mini: How to use Remote Disc to share DVDs or CDs from a Mac or Windows-based computer
Thank you for the response, but I am looking for the actual disc. I do not have the disc because I bought from a website called powermax where they sell a variety of apple products.
Sorry, misunderstood you, as you said disc.
You have to contact Apple and ask them for replacement DVDs or you could get the Mac OS X 10.6 Snow Leopard Upgrade DVD for 29 USD and use that. Or you could get the 69 USD Lion USB Recovery drive.
I think you are misunderstanding what "Remote Disc" is. You say you're looking for "the disc that allows you to use other peoples optical drive". There is not a disc that allows you to do this, but instead it is a function built into OS X.
If you follow simsaladimbamba's link from his/her earlier post, you will be able to use remote disc - to use another computer's optical drive. You are not missing a disc that will allow you to use Remote Disc.
If you are looking for a Recovery Disc so that you can re-install/fix OS X, then follow simsaladimbamba's most recent response for tracking down a disc.