I had some bad sectors on my hard drive, I took it out and did a low-level format on it, now when I scan it passes the scan with no error and without any bad sector.
Now I have put it back into my MacBook Pro 13 inch, mid 2009. When I inserted the OSX Installation DVD, it did nothing! I heard the DVD spinning, but after sometime it was automatically ejected.
I know the DVD Drive is fine, since when I use the Application Install DVD, and hold D key, it runs the Apple Hardware Test from DVD with no problem. Also I tried SeaTools bootable CD. It booted my MacBook Pro with no problem. However because the trackpad or keyboard is not supported, I could not do anything with it!
I tried opening the OSX Installation DVD in windows, on my PC, and it was fine! It opened with no problem, showing the Bootcamp and other windows files.
How can I install OSX on my MBP now?
I do not have another mac or SATA2USB convertor anymore, so I cannot do a Hard Drive Cloning.
Can I use IsoBuster or similar software (in windows) to clone my OSX Installation DVD and create a bootable USB stick and boot my MBP with that? How?