Finally pulled the trigger on the Samsung bluray drive. It's now $80 on amazon.Steve Tannehill said:And Mac Blu-ray Player, which you pointed me towards, Ron, just had an update that fixed a playback problem with a recent disc, Peter Gabriel's Secret World Live.
The Samsung recorder price tends to fluctuate. I got it at $85. It went to $100 a day later. Now it is $90.
I have not burnt anything yet, but bought the Verbatim BD-R media. I'll have to try burning a DVD, since that media is cheaper.
One-stop shopping for identity thieves?Ronald Epstein said:On top of that, you enter all your personal information from
drivers license, credit cards, bank accounts, etc. Whatever
Apple device you have (iPhone, iPod, iMac, Macbook, etc.)
you can instantly get access to that information.
He can't install Windows directly on an external drive (due to Microsoft restrictions on Windows booting, and Apple restrictions on Boot Camp).Sam Posten said:No, you can't bootcamp from an external, as noted above.
If your Air has 2 GB of RAM or more (4 GB or more HIGHLY recommended), you could try Parallels Desktop or VMWare Fusion. It looks like there are trial versions of both. You'll need a copy of Windows that isn't legally or technically bound to your PC (whether you can migrate your current Windows installation, or have to buy a new copy of Windows, I don't know offhand).TonyD said:Is it possible to use the 1tb external drive to load windows on since my air is only 128?
I guess I need an additional program to run windows on the Air?