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revaxarts
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Does anyone now how I can install the Suite on my MacBook without a DVD slot?

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Landonw
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get an external superdrive.

inb4 Parallelus “This is why macs suck, they don’t have a DVD DRIVE AND YOU NEED A DVD DRIVE .”

P.S: I have a desktop and haven’t used my DVD drive since I first installed windows.

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eduvoindo
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Over network. On a desktop computer, share it’s DVD drive. Try to locate the desktop with your MB and use the shared dvd drive. Or… if it’s the latest original adobe version, I believe you can download the digital copy ;)

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MSFX
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^ +1

Just login to your adobe account and download it :)

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Tricycle
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If you already have the disk and don’t want to download the whole suite then as eduvoindo says across the network should work just fine. It will be slow though!

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revaxarts
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Thank you guys, I’ve used a second Mac with DVD sharing – works perfect!

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Indianaguy
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Buy a USB CD /DVD external drive that will just plug into your MacBook’s USB ports.

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revaxarts
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Ok Mods, I ‘ve got a solution already so please close this topic to prevent any further spammy answer :)

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