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Hackintosh from external SuperDrive?

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Hi,

 

I'm in the process of building my first Hackintosh. Everything is going to be brand-new, and I'll install Mountain Lion as the only OS in the machine (there will be no previous OS installed as the machine will be brand-new)

 

My question is: I bought an external Apple SuperDrive for my Macbook Air. Can I use it to install Mountain Lion on the Hackintosh? Is the SuperDrive a bootable device with the GA-Z77N-WIFI motherboard? Or do I need to put an internal DVD drive on the hackintosh?

 

TIA!

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