Use the Apple MacBook USB SuperDrive on Windows 7/8/8.1 64-bit

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A quick tutorial on how to use the Apple MacBook USB SuperDrive on Windows 7, 8 and 8.1 64-bit. This will of course also work, if you have installed Windows on a Mac computer.

1. Download drivers from:
Apple: Open the folder,
(Path: BootCamp/Drivers/Apple/appleoddinstaller64.exe) and install the “appleoddinstaller64.exe”
DropBox: Install “appleoddinstaller64.exe”
3. Restart PC
4. That’s it! The drive should get…


  1. Finally someone who is not some pompious, self righteous, iSheep, apple nerd that just says no and then look at you like your crazy for wanting to plug their precious apple product into a "inferior" windows machine.

  2. Has anyone else tried to play a DVD on Surface Pro 4 using this drive? I installed the file as described in the video, and I can get the drive to play CDs and data files, but for some reason it won't play DVDs……. Help!!!!

  3. Thank you. The DropBox link worked for me. This was a great help because I had to unplug the SATA connector on my DVD drive on my PC because I have 2 Hard Drives, and my GPU covers up 2 of the 4 SATA ports on my PC. So now I can watch DVDs on my computer and install games that use DVDs.

  4. Just a heads up. This also works if you're using an ASUS Z170-a Motherboard with a i7-6700k CPU on windows 10. This is a dedicated windows 10 PC without duelboot.

    Thought I'd let people know if they're running a similar set up to me

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