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First, Apple never offered a Blue-ray optical drive for their systems!
While you can get 3rd party Blue-ray burners for Mac’s, I have never seen an internal offered for the G5 systems.
-So why can’t I get one? Simply put, the version of OS-X your PowerPC based G5 system uses needs a different driver than what the newer Intel systems use (Mac Pro). This is the difference between RISC Vs CISC based chip architecture. You would need to create our own driver so how this is not a trivial task!
+So why can’t I get one? Simply put, the version of OS-X your PowerPC based G5 system uses needs a different driver than what the newer Intel systems use (Mac Pro). This is the difference between RISC Vs CISC based chip architecture. You would need to create our own driver somehow and this is not a trivial task!
Here’s one source for the Mac Pro systems (Intel) [https://eshop.macsales.com/search/?q=blu%2Dray&filter.catidpath=2224/2233/2769|Blue-ray burners]

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Aporte original por: Dan ,

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First, Apple never offered a Blue-ray optical drive for their systems!

While you can get 3rd party Blue-ray burners for Mac’s, I have never seen an internal offered for the G5 systems.

So why can’t I get one? Simply put, the version of OS-X your PowerPC based G5 system uses needs a different driver than what the newer Intel systems use (Mac Pro). This is the difference between RISC Vs CISC based chip architecture. You would need to create our own driver so how this is not a trivial task!

Here’s one source for the Mac Pro systems (Intel) [https://eshop.macsales.com/search/?q=blu%2Dray&filter.catidpath=2224/2233/2769|Blue-ray burners]

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