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

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Bought my self a Retina 13 Macbook pro today. I knew it does not have a CD-ROM drive. I forgot I wanted to put Photoshop CS6 on to it.
How can i put my Photoshop CS6 program on it which I have a disc of?
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Is your Photoshop on a DVD? If so best way is a USB external DVD drive/
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Is your Photoshop on a DVD? If so best way is a USB external DVD drive/
Yes it is on a DVD. It is the only disc I want to put on. I was hoping that there was a way of doing it with out having to buy an external disc drive.
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Bought my self a Retina 13 Macbook pro today. I knew it does not have a CD-ROM drive. I forgot I wanted to put Photoshop CS6 on to it.
How can i put my Photoshop CS6 program on it which I have a disc of?
Try to find someone who can copy CS6 on to a Flash Drive or go out and get a Apple USB Superdrive.


I would get the superdrive because you will end up needing it again sooner or later.
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Try to find someone who can copy CS6 on to a Flash Drive or go out and get a Apple USB Superdrive.


I would get the superdrive because you will end up needing it again sooner or later.
Thank you for your reply. Looks like I will have an extra expense.
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Thank you for your reply. Looks like I will have an extra expense.
Depending on where you are located...and external optical drive for a MacBook Air is only about $50 bucks!

For someone who can afford a brand new 13" MacBook Pro with retina display (and uses/owns CS6)...$50 is a "drop in the bucket"!

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Depending on where you are located...and external optical drive for a MacBook Air is only about $50 bucks!

For someone who can afford a brand new 13" MacBook Pro with retina display (and uses/owns CS6)...$50 is a "drop in the bucket"!

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It is on its way. I did not know they where so cheap.
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It is on its way. I did not know they where so cheap.
Good deal! Yes...the price isn't too bad!

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