I see DVDRW drives for 25 bucks. This item is now considered disposable but how do we keep up as tech moves from what we used to want to last years to low cost replace as they fail items? (yes I'm asking you.)
And some other thought. If you don't let them change it, you have told them that it's ok. Let them fix it.
Hello this is my first time posting,
I have a MacBook Pro 2.6 MHz Intel Core Duo, with 4 GB 667 DDR2 SDRAM, running 10.5.8 OS
Apple has replaced my DVD/cd Drive 3 times and wants to replace the drive a fourth time which they say is a revision that will fix the problem.
I am afraid that my Apple Care warranty will run out and Apple still won't replace my computer with one that doesn't keep on breaking.
I have started Due process of the law in the form of a "Letter of Demand" that Apple has rejected.
I would like to know if this computer can be fixed, and if any body knows why The computer is going through so many drives, and should Apple replace the computer with a new one?
Thnak you so much for your help,