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Can I buy an internal DVD burner for my MacBook?

Asked by 2late2be (2286points) February 5th, 2009 from iPhone

Or it has to be external?

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chromaBYTE's avatar

What model macbook is it? If your model supports “super drives” (the mac DVD burner), then you should be able to bring it in to an apple store and get it replaced. You’ll be charged for the labor as well as the drive itself, but that’s the only way that won’t void your warranty.
If you don’t want to pay the extra, just get an external one.

wilhel1812's avatar

Get a superdrive. However keep in mind that it’ll cost you. I’m not good with american prices, but i think it’ll be around $200 and it’ll probably take 1–2 weeks.

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