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HOW DO YOU LOAD A CD INTO A MAC BOOK LAP TOP

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trying to load turbotax cd into my macbook

trying to load turbotax cd into my macbook

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the-edmeister
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A Mac Users Group would be the place to ask that question, which isn't related to Firefox support. Thanks for your understanding.

A [https://www.google.com/search?q=Mac+user+group&sourceid=mozilla-search&start=0&start=0&ie=utf-8&oe=utf-8num=100&gws_rd=ssl Mac Users Group] would be the place to ask that question, which isn't related to Firefox support. Thanks for your understanding.
jscher2000
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Slim laptops often do not contain a built-in optical drive. You can connect an accessory optical drive by USB cable or maybe you can access it over a network. Either way, I agree with the-edmeister that you'll get a more specific answer from people familiar with your computer.

Slim laptops often do not contain a built-in optical drive. You can connect an accessory optical drive by USB cable or maybe you can access it over a network. Either way, I agree with the-edmeister that you'll get a more specific answer from people familiar with your computer.