1/25/2022»»Tuesday

Dvd Cd Sharing For Mac

1/25/2022

In the Sharing menu, click the tickbox next to DVD or CD Sharing, which should turn the status circle on the page for that function green.The same page also has a tickbox for Ask me before. ZSMJ External DVD Drive, USB 3.0 Portable CD DVD +/-RW Burner Slim DVD/CD Writer Player High Speed Data Transfer Optical Drive for MacBook Air, MacBook Pro, Mac OS, PC Laptop (Sliver) 4.0 out of. Rioddas External CD Drive, USB 3.0 Portable CD/DVD +/-RW Drive Slim DVD/CD ROM Rewriter Burner Compatible with Laptop Desktop PC Windows Linux OS Apple Mac(Black) 4.3 out of 5 stars 10,792 $22.99 $ 22. 99 $24.99 $24.99. Rioddas External CD Drive, USB 3.0 Portable CD/DVD +/-RW Drive Slim DVD/CD ROM Rewriter Burner Compatible with Laptop Desktop PC Windows Linux OS Apple Mac(Black) 4.3 out of 5.

Dvd

Mac Cd Dvd Drive

Hi Maxime,
I was having a similar problem, today, getting a laptop running Windows 7 to recognize that my Mac Pro is set up to share its CD/DVD drive over the local network that they are both attached to. No matter what I tried, per the instructions from Apple, the DVD in the Mac Pro did not show up in the 'Network' window (where network shares are supposed to appear) for Windows 7.
The solution I found was actually very rudimentary. Some of these steps are just good troubleshooting steps.
1) Of course, make sure that CD/DVD sharing is enabled on your Mac.
2) Make sure the Mac and Windows PC are actually on the same network.
3) Turn off the Windows firewall and UAC (User Access Control) on the Windows PC.
4) Open the 'My Computer' (for Windows XP) or 'Computer' (for Windows Vista/7) window.
5) Select the option to map a network drive.
6) When prompted for the location of the network share, click the Browse button and see if the name of the CD/DVD, that is in your Mac, is on the list.
7a) If the CD/DVD is on the list, simply select it and complete the steps in the wizard, to add it as the mapped drive.
7b) If said CD/DVD +does not+ appear in the list, when you browse for a share, enter <the IP address for your Mac><The name of the CD/DVD as it appears on your Mac's desktop and-or the Finder, then complete the wizard for adding the network drive.
*To clarify how to correctly enter the IP address and name of the CD/DVD, here is what I had to enter: 10.0.13.14OFFICE12. My Mac's IP address is the 10.0.13.14, and the DVD I needed to share appears as OFFICE12 on my Mac.
Also, in case you're not familiar with networking: Be sure you use ' back-slashes if-when entering the IP address and name of the CD/DVD. Mac's use '/' forward-slashes as separators between folders or when entering network shares, but Windows typically only accepts back-slashes. And, yes, there absolutely does need to be two back-slashes to the left of the IP address, so that Windows will treat it as a network share.

Dvd Cd Sharing Mac

Sep 9, 2009 6:14 PM

 g.bluemountainbodywork.co © 2022