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Discussion in 'Mac Basics and Help' started by chris200x9, Oct 31, 2006.
is it just drag to the cd/dvd in finder?
Get yourself Roxio's Toast.
IIRC, you need to mount the ISO by double clicking on it, open Disk Utility (Applications > Utilities), and the ISO should be in the left hand column. Select it and click burn!
Disk Utility > Images > Burn...
using what software?
Is this the same process for copying a DVD.
I have a dvd I made on a pc and I need to make 40 copies on my new mac pro..what is the fastest way?
Will MY PC iso's burn like mentioned above??
"Disk Utility" is the name of disk image burning/creating software shipped with every Macintosh.
Well that's not what I bought a mac pro for..it's slower than slow.
What is the best way to burn to 2 drives at the same time. I have a couple hundred DVDs to burn and a day job!
you need one of these NTJet
that would be nice.
I am hoping to get away with 2 superdrives. They are burning away right now. 2 drives burning and quieter then the pc I use for internet