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Old 01-06-2008, 02:56 AM   #1
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Default is the .img made on a mac the same as the .img in power ISO

^question^ is it the same? or must I conver to .cdr and rename to .iso?
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Default Re: is the .img made on a mac the same as the .img in power ISO

can you describe the scenario more?
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Default Re: is the .img made on a mac the same as the .img in power ISO

Yes it is. If you go to wikipedia and look up Disk Image, and scroll down to 'Apple disc Image' you'll find this:

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Mac OS X natively supports .dmg, .toast, Windows .img .mds images if renamed .iso...
So a .img file created on a windows computer will work on a mac. And vice versa. You do not have to first convert it to an ISO image and add the .cdr tag (if opening on a mac) or remove the .cdr (if opening on a pc).

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