Just got my brand new first ever iMac!

Discussion in 'iMac' started by serialtoon, Sep 8, 2009.

  1. serialtoon macrumors 6502a

    serialtoon

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    Hey guys! After getting an iPhone 3 months ago im proud to say that i have finally taken the jump and im in the Mac OSX crowd. I just came home with my brand new iMac. 24" with 2.66Ghz processor. I have never owned Apple anything and this is my first time getting to know the OSX world. So far i only have one question. What is a toast image file? How can i mount it? I have some things i need to take from an image i downloaded (Android OS). Thanks!
     
  2. jmann macrumors 604

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    A toast image file would have to be opened in toast I believe. :) What is the extension?

    Any pics of the new iMac?
     
  3. rgarjr macrumors 603

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    Woahser, nice.. congrats on your new Apple machine.

    Looks like a lot of people are switching over to Mac because of the iPhone it seems. They just love that cool environment that both have.
     
  4. serialtoon thread starter macrumors 6502a

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    The extension is .toast. :-D Pics are coming as soon as i find out how to mount my iPhone onto the mac...lol I dont want it to manage my music or anything but i wanna remove pics off the camera roll, as well as video.

    I wouldnt say i "switched" more like just want another environment for me to work on. So far i have a Windows box, Linux Box and OSX Box. :D
     
  5. farmermac macrumors 6502a

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    Absolutely. I got a iphone 3g last year before Christmas. Ended up buying a 3gs when they came out, a 24" iMac last month and just yesterday ordered a mbp. I'm defnitely one of those converts and not looking back.
     
  6. Pur3 Macs macrumors member

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    Sorry to day but no you don't actually require toast. Just right click the .toast file and open with 'Disk Utility' then burn to a blank disc and your done:D
     

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