You can even boot from it--but not, apparently, watch a DVD. (Still, you may as well just watch the DVD on the other machine anyway.)<br><br>nagr[color:red]o</font color=red>mme<br><br>I require stroyent!<br>http://TeamMacOSX.com | http://MacClan.net
What's really interesting is that Apple has made the software to run remote disk on a Windows PC, so that the PC will recognize both the Mac-formatted CD or DVD and also the MBA. That is a pretty interesting turn of events, I think.<br><br>   
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Makes it a tempting machine for "adders."<br><br>I imagine you don't have to do anything to tell the PC whether to share the disc or not: the software detects the Mac format, and thus knows it's meant for the MBA. I wonder how that works if you want to share a plain old DOS CD-ROM?<br><br>nagr[color:red]o</font color=red>mme<br><br>I require stroyent!<br>http://TeamMacOSX.com | http://MacClan.net
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