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Hi I have just upgraded my Apple Mac iBook G4, 933Mhz, to os x 10.5.2. My DVR11d keeps throwing a paddy and I get error messages when I try to burn dvds. Is there a driver/firmware that I need to install to use this drive?

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Most likely...go to the os 10 site, and look around. or you may need to try the pioneer website, find your drive, and check for o/s compatibility

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