Currently Being ModeratedApr 19, 2013 9:50 PM (in response to David White1)
Well David White1, first of all thanks for replying.
I have done quite a few research on this matter, google it, even found the corresponding firmware from pioneer, and learned in the process that I would have to do it via terminal, which somehow *****, if you ask me.
I just don't understand why companies have to make things so hard for us mac users. They should be ashamed, though the truth is that they don't care.
Currently Being ModeratedApr 20, 2013 7:40 AM (in response to pacanoes)
Probably the easiest/safest way to update it, is to connect the drive to a Windows PC - either mounting it internally, or attaching it externally in a USB case (all temporarily, of course).
Currently Being ModeratedApr 20, 2013 10:35 AM (in response to mooblie)
Hello mooblie....thanks for your kind answer but the fact of the matter is that doing it using a pc is a no go for me. I don't have one, and even more, doing the procedure in a pc requires first to get the driver out of the mac and then with the internal drive (which is without an external enclosure) somehow open, trying to connect it to the pc....it is both risky and it's a lot of work.
Wile searching for answers that could be implemented for the Mac, well, I even found the recipe as to hows athis can be achieved via Terminal. So as you can see, que purpose of posting this topic here has been hoping that maybe within mac there was another way of accomplishing the task without soo much strugle.