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Wonderful question! I am looking to do the same thing and found it difficult to find the right drive so that the wireless card will fit nicely over the top. So after a little searching, here is a Panasonic as well as the Sony drive perviously mentioned, these should both fit perfectly. Although you will have to remove (with a little thinning down aka removal of the sony faceplate on). So now we have the sonydrive. If you are going to be installing this yourself there is a great walkthrough on drive replacement over at iFixit. Luckily apple got with the standard and any macbook 2009 or later will have a SATA hook-up which fits our replacement blu-ray drives. As far as software goes, the web is an endless source for compatible software. Although, VLC is a great media player that will handle blu-ray playback in keeping with a comfortable GUI.

Wonderful question! I am looking to do the same thing and found it difficult to find the right drive so that the wireless card will fit nicely over the top. So after a little searching, here is a Panasonic as well as the Sony drive perviously mentioned, these should both fit perfectly. Although you will have to remove the faceplate on the sony. If you are going to be installing this yourself there is a great walkthrough on drive replacement over at iFixit. Luckily apple got with the standard and any macbook 2009 or later will have a SATA hook-up which fits our replacement blu-ray drives. As far as software goes, the web is an endless source for compatible software. VLC is a great media player that will handle blu-ray playback.

Wonderful question! I am looking to do the same thing and found it difficult to find the right drive so that the wireless card will fit nicely over the top. So after a little searching, here is a Panasonic as well as the Sony drive perviously mentioned, these should both fit perfectly (with a little thinning down aka removal of the sony faceplate). So now we have the drive. If you are going to be installing this yourself there is a great walkthrough on drive replacement over at iFixit. Luckily apple got with the standard and any macbook 2009 or later will have a SATA hook-up which fits our replacement blu-ray drives. As far as software goes, the web is an endless source for compatible software. Although, VLC is a great media player that will handle blu-ray playback in keeping with a comfortable GUI.

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wonderfulWonderful question! I am looking to do the same thing and found it difficult to find the right drive so that the wireless card will fit nicely over the top. So after a little searching, here is a Panasonic as well as the Sony drive perviously mentioned, these should both fit perfectly. Although you will have to remove the faceplate on the sony. If you are going to be installing this yourself there is a great walkthrough on drive replacement over at iFixit. Luckily apple got with the standard and any macbook 2009 or later will have a SATA hook-up which fits our replacement blu-ray drives. As far as software goes, the web is an endless source for compatible software. VLC is a great media player that will handle blu-ray playback.

wonderful question! I am looking to do the same thing and found it difficult to find the right drive so that the wireless card will fit nicely over the top. So after a little searching, here is a Panasonic as well as the Sony drive perviously mentioned, these should both fit perfectly.

Wonderful question! I am looking to do the same thing and found it difficult to find the right drive so that the wireless card will fit nicely over the top. So after a little searching, here is a Panasonic as well as the Sony drive perviously mentioned, these should both fit perfectly. Although you will have to remove the faceplate on the sony. If you are going to be installing this yourself there is a great walkthrough on drive replacement over at iFixit. Luckily apple got with the standard and any macbook 2009 or later will have a SATA hook-up which fits our replacement blu-ray drives. As far as software goes, the web is an endless source for compatible software. VLC is a great media player that will handle blu-ray playback.

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wonderful question! I am looking to do the same thing and found it difficult to find the right drive so that the wireless card will fit nicely over the top. So after a little searching, here is a Panasonic as well as the Sony drive perviously mentioned, these should both fit perfectly.