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Don't buy/use a cleaning disk if you have a slot loading laptop... Thanks Electroboy #6 electroboy, Jun 6, 2008 auntdennis uix_expand uix_collapse Registered Joined: Feb 6, 2010 Messages: 1 Likes Received: 0 This will not help you in the least but I Well ,you stomped !!After that a broken Isight camera resulting in a new display pff yeah this is after 8 months And just now the dvd player crashed But i don Thanks Khafsa :) Forum:Hardware & Accessories User OptionsShare on TwitterShare on FacebookLog in or register to post comments Some beginning steps to try. Source

I doubt it's a software issue, probably an issue with your burner. Log in or register to post comments Laptop Power Required Submitted by Marc Gelfo on 1 December, 2015 - 11:16 Hi Khafsa, I found this thread after googling for a similar Quote Postby JimmyMac » June 1st, 2009, 10:53 pm Is that a doable replacement for someone like myself? A PMU reset is not the same on every computer so we will need to know what Mac model is in use.

My Macbook Pro Won T Burn Cds

Looks to me like the ball is in your court. This was the thing that worked.I'm so glad that I checked this discussion forum and I'm so glad that the rest of you mentioned this! Powered by vBulletinCopyright ©2000 - 2016, Jelsoft Enterprises Ltd. Thank you.

That worked for me (I followed everything step by step). Now... Click First Aid. The Attempt To Burn A Disc Failed it's a no-go btw. - tried to reset pram / nvram, yet?

Quote Postby cèè » June 29th, 2009, 2:45 am Does your burner make a loud almost grinding noise when it is burning or reading any sort of disc? Mac Cd Drive Not Working Do OS X even see the drive anymore (click on the top left Apple and select "About this Mac", then select 'More Info'. Many thanks. Over the years, I've been lucky to have a few problems solved with the help received on different forums such as this, and I am most appreciative of people like you

Theme designed by Audentio Design. Mac Not Burning Cds Get tips on using Apple products like your iOS device, iMac or iTunes with help from an Apple retail expert in this free video series. I thought I was going to need a new superdrive. type: reboot and press return key.

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Loading... http://www.mac-forums.com/showthread.php?t=71242 maybe it's a known problem and/or part of a recall? My Macbook Pro Won T Burn Cds So am I and so do I. My Mac Won't Burn Cds Anymore Personally I can suggest TDK, MediaRange and Verbatim ~ they always worked for me.

More likely, the drive’s lens is dirty or the drive is simply broken (or nearly so). this contact form Cookie Gamers 125,295 views 1:27 New Macbook Pro can't walk & chew gum at same time(watch wifi + USB = fail) PART 1 - Duration: 1:19:59. A MacBook optical drive replacement could set you back as much as $250 (possibly more) for parts and labour. Show this post I've just realized this problem isn't quite fixed, and I'm thinking it's not the hardware that's faulty. Apple Superdrive Not Working

Thanks for your help and i'll probably need more help very soon! Copyright © Apple Inc. After you choose File > Burn Playlist to Disc, if your drive is shown next to Disc Burner, it’s compatible. http://noipc.org/not-working/macbook-pro-numbers-1-9-not-working.html Log in or Sign up Home Forums Search Forums Recent Posts Media Search Media New Media Members Notable Members Current Visitors Recent Activity 0 0 Guest Your Profile Page Contact Details

schtelBut I am also one of those people that likes to be knowledgeable in the areas I am interested in, and I really enjoy the learning process. The Disc Can’t Be Burned Because An Unexpected Error Occurred (error Code 0x8002006e). What I will say is that the DVD drive is not protected very well at all. Top cèè 2 MB Posts: 3 Joined: June 29th, 2009, 2:39 am Re: Diagnose CD burner problem?

It has only started happening today!

I also bought an inexpensive external drive to use on this mac and had the exact same problem. Show this post sylviothegreatBad Karma Dude!! I haven't had any new firmware updates. Reset Smc Macbook Pro Unix/mac problem by sjean » June 19th, 2011, 9:32 am » in Mac Discussion 8 993 by leonAzul View the latest post June 26th, 2011, 11:55 am Return to “Mac Discussion”

TechCentury 946,351 views 5:39 How To Get A Stuck CD Or DVD Out Of Your Mac - Duration: 2:59. No small can. A PMU reset is not the same on every computer so we will need to know what Mac model is in use. http://noipc.org/not-working/macbook-touchpad-not-clicking.html Do you use the little tube and put it in the slot or just blow without the tube?Jim U.

I hope someone can chime in and continue to point you in the right direction. Any ideas? I get a message that a disc is being burned and that by quitting, I may interfere with the process. Blow out that drive!

If your playlist includes iTunes Store purchases with DRM protection, you may have exceeded the number of times (seven) you can burn this playlist. Laptop is in constant use, and although I have a wireless mouse, I don't always use it. When the procedure is finished you may receive a message that no repairs were necessary, or that repairs were successful (I cannot remember the exact phrases). Things always appear difficult when you don't know how, but of course they are easy to the professional.

The suggestion regarding System Profiler is the fist step you should follow. When I try to play the CD, all I get is a buzzing noise.Many thanks for help.JimmyMac Top JimmyMac 8 MB Posts: 13 Joined: February 26th, 2009, 1:04 am Re: Diagnose Its good to know that quality control and vendor selection remains strong. I'm think it's just a little bit of 'dirt' in the drive.

This is, basically: In Disk Utility, select the computer's hard drive in the list. I can run the 10.6 install disc with no problem. I dont know what to do. iTunes indicates that the first song of the list is being burned, but the progress graph stays blank.

All rights reserved. DeutschEnglishEspañolFrançaisItaliano日本語 Please enable Javascript to take full advantage of our site features. My DVD drive is acting up with the clicking noises and chewing up of some discs that put into it. Here is what happens:1.

But you can try repairing permissions (Applications -> Utilities -> Disk Utility -> Repair Permissions) and restarting and see if that helps. Quote Postby JimmyMac » June 1st, 2009, 12:16 am Considering the possibility/probability that it is a failing optical drive, do you have any advice for me?