Bootable 10.2 copy

Discussion in 'General Mac Discussion' started by coopdog, Oct 5, 2002.

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    I have been tring to make a bootable 10.2 copy from .dmg image. Im running under 10.2.1. When ever i try to burn through toast it is never bootable. My CDR isnt supported by disk copy (sony hasn't made os x drivers) so i can't do it in there. Has any one had this problem? Or does any one know how to burn a bootable copy?
    PS. Im using Toast 5.1 (if it matters)
    Thanks
     
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    MacBandit

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    Toast has a choice to make bootable but I can't advise you on software piracy.
     
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    Thanks

    Im not using this for warez. I always make images of my vital CD's on my comp. I resently moved and i can't my jag disks anywhere and my comp is really been acting weird and i just want to have a bootable copy untill i can find the jag cd's thanks again.
     
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    Re: Thanks

    Any time.



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    cb911

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    i didn't know that there were programs like that for Mac. i just used my PC to copy the Jag CD's. worked fine, but it's good to know that i can do it on Mac as well.:)
     

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