.toast?

xJulianx

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Just wondering, as a newly Windows to Mac converter what a .toast file is?

Is it basically a CD image?

Thanks.
 

xJulianx

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How would I change it to a .iso? Also, will I need any software to mount the image, I used to use Daemon Tools on Windows but have heard Tiger has this kind of thing built in?
 

MacsRgr8

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It is an image file usually of a CD or DVD made by Roxio Toast.
Mac OS X's built in DiskImageMounter can open .toast files easily. It should open automatically with it, by simply dubble-clicking on the file.
 

Eidorian

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xJulianx said:
How would I change it to a .iso? Also, will I need any software to mount the image, I used to use Daemon Tools on Windows but have heard Tiger has this kind of thing built in?
Yeah, I just changed the file extension to .iso for my purposes. Disk Utility and Finder shouldn't have any problems opening it or burning it.
 
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