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Discussion in 'Mac Apps and Mac App Store' started by tomacintosh, Oct 3, 2006.
I guess the only way to convert an .uif for the Mac is using a Windoze Software like MagicISO; see:
I renamed the .uif to .iso but the image was not recognized.
I am buying a new Mac today and will run MagicISO using Bootcamp. If the file you try to convert is not over 500 MB you could upload it to my .mac account and I will try to convert it for you.