Pioneer only has a windows based firmware installer. Installed it. Shut down windows, restarted Lion, and my BDR is recognized again. Sep 8, AM. Jan 9, AM in response to peterfromnaperville In response to peterfromnaperville. By following this advice I was able to get the BDR working properly.
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Oct 28, The has replaced the since I bought mine The Optical bay should already be cabled up. Superdrive on first connection, BluRay goes on the second connector. Last edited: Aug 17, So if they sell it then will work in a Mac. I finally got around to powering off my Mac Pro. I disconnected the 3rd party Blu-ray burner and powered back up. Still no better. The only thing left is to disconnect the Superdrive, reconnect the Blu-ray, and see if that works. I don't expect it will, but the only way to find out is to try. I wondering if gtackett had any update.
I just find it weird that drives are detected but not playing anytime all or even spinning drives up to be mounted. My 2. So I puzzled about gtackett's predicament on his Mac Pro. Sorry for the delayed response.
I've been getting ready to change jobs. Now that is done with but Christmas still awaits so time is limited. We've already tried resetting PRAM and the SMC, so moving on from there: I know for certain that the drives are rotating the media at least a small distance--when ejecting media, it isn't in the same rotational position as when I loaded it. It's hard to be absolutely certain that they spin any more than that, but I suspect they do. Using system's original Superdrive third party Blu-ray disconnected : Can't boot from this system's original distribution DVD Leopard Like any media I try in this drive, the drive makes some noises and the tray opens up.
After boot from hard disk No matter what I load, the drive just unloads after making some noises. With just the Blu-ray connected Superdrive disconnected , the only thing different is that the drive doesn't unload automatically. In Toast Titanium 11's Recorder Settings window you can watch the media-loaded status of a drive.
This drive works normally! Whatever's wrong, perhaps it has something to do with optical disc media sensing. Since the problem appeared to start with Mountain Lion and affects both drives, software would seem the most likely cause-- except that it can't boot from distribution media.