The “Apple USB SuperDrive” is not supported on this Mac.
by dervish on Mar.23, 2016, under MAC
open command line terminal
sudo nvram boot-args=”mbasd=1″
drive should be recognized after reboot
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Samantha: I gave it to myself actually.
Theodore: How come?
Samantha: I like the sound of it.
Theodore: When did you give it to yourself?
Samantha: Right when you asked me my name I thought he’s right, I do need a name.
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Theodore: You read a whole book a second?
Samantha: In two one hundredths of a second actually.
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