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A simple guide to replacing the optical drive in the external optical drive sold by Apple for the MacBook Air. If your optical drive breaks, use this guide to [product|IF167-007|replace] it. [ … ] If you have the later model (produced after 2012), you will unfortunately need to replace the internal drive from another Apple external SuperDrive, as the contacts on the PCB are soldered to the USB cable directly. [ ] '''Note:''''''Note:''' Here's a method to hack the OS X configuration file for the SuperDrive to be used on the older iMac, MacBook, or MacBook Pro systems that the drive normally won't work with. '''Use with caution!''' [ … ] Open the com.apple.Boot.plist file in a text editor or in terminal use nano you will see a key Kernel Flags [ … ] Under it add the following line: [ … ] mbasd=1 [ … ] Reboot your Mac. [ … ] == If you have the later model (produced after 2012): == You will unfortunately need to replace the internal drive from another identical Apple external SuperDrive, as the contacts on the PCB are soldered to the USB cable directly. The model produced prior to 2012 is a standard PATA slimline drive, but any SuperDrive purchased from Apple after 2012 will need a soldering iron to repair.
A simple guide to replacing the optical drive in the external optical drive sold by Apple for the MacBook Air. If your optical drive breaks, use this guide to [product|IF167-007|replace] it. [ … ] If you have the later model (produced after 2012), you will unfortunately need to replace the internal drive from another Apple external SuperDrive, as the contacts on the PCB are soldered to the USB cable directly. [ ] '''Note:''''''Note:''' Here's a method to hack the OS X configuration file for the SuperDrive to be used on the older iMac, MacBook, or MacBook Pro systems that the drive normally won't work with. '''Use with caution!''' [ … ] Open the com.apple.Boot.plist file in a text editor or in terminal use nano you will see a key Kernel Flags [ … ] Under it add the following line: [ … ] mbasd=1 [ … ] Reboot your Mac. [ … ] == If you have the later model (produced after 2012): == You will unfortunately need to replace the internal drive from another identical Apple external SuperDrive, as the contacts on the PCB are soldered to the USB cable directly. The model produced prior to 2012 is a standard PATA slimline drive, but any SuperDrive purchased from Apple after 2012 will need a soldering iron to repair.