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Apple Notebooks Apple's notebook computers including MacBook Pro, MacBook, MacBook Air, PowerBook, and iBook.

new powerbook superdrive problems....compatability issues


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Hello,
I posted a topic like this right after I bought a brand new powerbook back in March.
The superdrive would not read a good number of DVD's that I loaded.
I would burn DVD's on another computer and then tried to load them onto the powerbook and it would not work.
I thought it was maybe a faulty DVD; but the DVD's worked fine in every other computer I tried them on, PC's, Mac's, desktops, and even older powerbooks (like models from 5 months previous).
I tried the DVD on all similar brand new powerbooks in the apple store and same result, it wouldn't read.
Has anyone come across the same problem?
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