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Have a Win/Mac cd, need to burn a copy, help!

Discussion in 'DOS/Other' started by Bob Opla, Dec 6, 2001.

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  1. Bob Opla

    Bob Opla Thread Starter

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    I have a cd here at work. If you put it into a Mac, the mac installer comes up. If you put it into a windows box the windows installer comes up. I need to burn some copies of it. How do I get it to work properly with toast? I can only get the Mac installer to burn. I'm buring with toast 4.1.2 on a mac.
     
  2. subaruwrx

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    the pc files may not burn if you are using a MAC. You may have to rename them. If you have a burner on your PC, use cd copy or "Disk Juggler" to directly copy the disc onto a blank. I would do that just in case, because the mac may truncate file names or change ifle types when burning, so it wont work right...
    --Adam
     
  3. Rockn

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    Do a copy in RAW mode....it will copy bit and should work fine.
     
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