Solved Optical Drive Tags: Drivers Power Up Optical Media Hard Drives Mac OS X Last response: April 27, 2011 3:10 AM in Mac Os X Share musical marv March 26, 2011 2:42:18 AM On the new 2011 MBP 13 inch when you power up the machine is it normal first to hear the optical drive and than the hard drive kick in after that? Thanks More about : optical drive Best solution halcyon April 27, 2011 1:29:24 AM musical marv said:On the new 2011 MBP 13 inch when you power up the machine is it normal first to hear the optical drive and than the hard drive kick in after that? Thanks In my experience, yes, that is normal as it searches the optical drive, first, to boot. Share musical marv April 27, 2011 3:10:01 AM Best answer selected by musical marv. m 0 l Can't find your answer ? Ask ! Publish Related resources SolvedUsed optical drive to upload OS Forum SolvedOptical drive conversion to desktop Forum SolvedSony Vaio Optical Drive Replacement Forum SolvedOptical drive decision Forum SolvedWhich optical drive is below $20 and is good for a gaming rig? Forum Solvedh440 no optical drive Forum SolvedOptical drive and SSD Power cable Forum SolvedOptical Drive Rattle Noise Forum SolvedOptical drive installation issue Forum SolvedAnyone knows of some software to access a hard drive from an optical drive or USB pendrive? Forum Solvedinstalling windows using a internal optical drive as a temporary external Forum SolvedHow do I clone HDD to SSD if the computer doesn't have a optical disk drive? Forum SolvedWhich Optical Drive? Forum SolvedHP Pavlilon dv2845se overheating issue and optical drive issue Forum SolvedIs this gaming budget build ok? ~RAM OS AND OPTICAL DRIVE AREN'T INCLUDED~ Forum SolvedCan i put my old optical drive in my new PC? Forum Solvedno power after blu ray optical drive install Forum SolvedCan't access 2nd SSD drive or Optical Drive after installing new PSU/SLI graphics cards. Forum SolvedCan you put an HDD in a optical drive bay? Forum SolvedBuild Specific Optical Drive Help Forum More resources Read discussions in other Mac Os X categories Configuration Customization Drivers Security !