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blasteryui

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Okay before I begin, can everybody cry with me... I've been a Windows user for more then 8 years and I finally bought my first Mac... I got a Ibook G4, not the best but it will def get the job done, 1.25 GB ram, 80GB hard drive. I be a happy panda :(
Now for my question.. I want to burn Leopard to a DVD or CD, can I do this with Windows. I do not have a DVD burner on the ibook only on my windows computer. Can somebody tell me how also :(?

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Use nero.

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You can try:

1. Burn - burning application for Mac OS X for FREE

2. This DVD Creator for Mac is easier to use and more stable.


Sorry but as I said above I need to use Windows to burn os x..

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yeah you can use windows. as long as it is an .iso file. if it is a dmg file read this thread.

http://www.winmatrix...?showtopic=2875

you should be all set.





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