Updating optical drive in imac
For the purposes of this guide, enable the option so that our remote user needs to ask permission before using the optical drive.
My next objective is to move the SSD to the optical bay and put an HDD back but I am still looking for an nice adapter for the slimline SATA conector. Add the ssd atop the hd using a dedicated interface OR 2. (Blame one if I am wrong, but a substitution of the hd a primary boot disk is possible with newer i Macs) I did it the second way because the optical drive was gone on my Mavericks ran mind-blasting fast with the fusion drive.If you have a number of drive-less Macs within the home and a Super Drive-equipped i Mac, it makes sense to not need permission.For more public networks or work environments, requesting permission is advisable.In your opinions, if I'll upgrade, I can see an increase of performance or not?In my project i've thinking to put SSD (250GB) in HD slot and buy an external case for HD in order to store photos and other big files.The instalation was easy because the connectors just fitted without issues.
I had an bay bracked from Sabrent (model BK-HDDH) that makes very easy to fit.
I've thinking to upgrade my i Mac late 2009 with an SSD.
Its has a SATA II port and now uses a HD Hitachi 7200rpm.
Although the launch was only six years ago, neither the App Store or Mac App Store existed, and software was still most commonly distributed on CDs and DVDs.
For Mac Book Air owners wanting to still install software from CDs and DVDs, many of whom need a way of installing Microsoft Office, Apple introduced a Remote Disc, providing local network access to another Mac or PC's optical drive.
Note that "The optical drive SATA port is only SATA I (1.5 Gb/s) unlike the HD's SATA port which is SATA II (3.0 Gb/s). After upgrading to Yosemite it now is slowed somewhat especially while shutting down.