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Superdrive error?


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So, apple offers me updates...
One was some sort of drive upgrade
so i downloaded it
mac restarted it updated
and needed a power adapter plugged in
stated: Do not restart otherwise drive could become unusable or something
it installs to my knowledge
mac auto restarts at the end...
then now im cursed with a message saying no updateable devices found
its like going bk to windows 98 with missing drivers

my superdrive is working fine
how do i stop this message and what an earth did it update?

Sorry if i posted this in a wrong section
had no idea where this would fit in

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Go to System Prefernces-> Users-> select your user, then 'Startup items'.
Mark the supedrive updater and hit the '-' icon at the bottom of the window.
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