Burning .iso's

mmmdreg

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Apr 14, 2002
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Sydney, Australia
I recently downloaded a .iso file for someone and burnt it using the built-in disk burner...however, the someone told me that I was meant to burn it as as raw data instead of a file..which would result in lots of files and directories on the cd instead of the one .iso file...I don't think this is possible with Disk Burner and was wondering if it is..or if there's a free program that can do it..help?
 

evildead

macrumors 65816
Jun 18, 2001
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WestCost, USA
just....

open the image with disk burner... then burn it.. thats it. treat it like your opening a word file. I know I can do it with toast.. I do it all the time
 

Beej

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Jan 6, 2002
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Using Disk Copy is the simplest way (if you're in OS X) - you already have everything you need.

Open Disk Copy (Applications/Utilities/)

Then go to the "Image" menu, and select "Burn Image"

Select the image you want to burn and click "Burn". A few disc revolutions later, you have a brand spankin' CD.
 
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