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After downloading an Mac ISO file (open in PowerISO) I can only see 100kb


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Ok... i downloaded the file Mac OS X 10.4.8 (JaS AMD-Intel-SSE2-SSE3 with PPF1 & PPF2).iso so its around 4.5GB but when i open it in PowerISO or Daemon Tools i only get about 8 files that add up to 120kb. The files are completely useless and don't do anything. I don't understand what went wrong.

(I downloaded quite a few versions and this happens)

 

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That's because Windows doesn't recognise the OS X filesystem. I think PowerISO can see the complete list of files but I'm not sure how you do it - I've been XP free for 18 months! Burn the ISO to DVD (using the slowest speed possible), then use it to boot your machine.

 

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If you can't see the image then look at this one (better quality)Mac_10.4.8_ISO_Image.bmpthanks but the problem is that i don't have a large enough DVD and so I just want to run it on VMware. However i can't see all the files. I researched a bit and found Mac Drive 7.0 but that doesn't solve it either.And then how could i actually make Windows recognise the Mac filesystem.

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