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OS 10.4 - Problem with last software update


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I got the last software update that had the firmware update for SuperDrive with it. Ever since then, whenever I start up my Macbook, I get this message saying that there aren't any devices that need this update. How do I stop that message from coming up?
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im guessing ur Macbook does have a Superdrive in it?

anyway, sounds to me like, although u have downloaded the update u havent actually installed it yet.
from memory when i d/l the update it mentioned u have to actually manually install the update.

try this, go applications>utilities>Superdrive Update 2.1

this will actaully run the update, and should get rid of the window in start-up

if ur superdrive has already been updated, running this application will tell u, and i then cant help u to get rid of the reminder.
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