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Do you mean "how to burn files from a portable device to the mac" instead? You will need burning software like Nero or other software that is compatible with your mac. The process includes copying the files from the portable device to your mac hard drive then use burning software to burn the files to a dvd or cd disk. I don't know about mac but with a pc, you simple drag and drop the files from the portable device to your hard drive using Windows Explorer.
Just plug in the drive and burn away! Mac's do not require specific drivers or add-on software to read or burn disks. If there is a specific type of disk or media (Movie, Documents etc.) you want to burn let me know those specifics and I can let you know how to do it.
Being realistic you are going to pay through the nose for a compact drive for a PC that is coming to the end of it's useful life (sorry but it's true). A better investment would be to purchase an external USB drive from dabs or ebuyer at least then you can keep the drive when you change PC and even use it between different pc's
install an LG burner on a MAC
if the burner shows as connected or mounted on your screen you just have
to install or use your burning utility i.e. nero, sonic, or whatever you have installed on your mac.
when you open the program and have your files already processed and ready to burn, it will ask you what unit you want to use for the task, open the menu and select your burner, click next or continue, the encoding will start, when it finishes the encoding the burner will start.
if you are using a USB connection it should work with your software
Go to apllications the utilities and then open system profiler once open click on disc burning and see if your default mac drive is showing up and if the LG is showing up. If it is showing up the drive should work.
The problem you may have is that the macbook will normally burn to default drive but you will have to select the LG first to burn to that