Burning CDs with Disk Utility


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Burning CDs with Disk Utility

You have got enough experience with the Mac to know that you can insert a writable CD or DVD in your Mac SuperDrive drag files to it and then record them or burn them as we save the computer disk into the disk. So why does this utility feature a Burn button? Well for a few reasons. The first is that you can burn disk images to disk that the CD or DVD has the same contents as the image. This is one way to create a duplicate master of a CD or DVD. To do this just select a disk image, right click on it and choose Burn.

If the image isn't on the desktop and therefore it doesn't appear in the list of images inside of Disk Utility you can choose Images, Burn and then locate that image wherever it maybe. At that point simply click Burn. Another reason is that unlike the Finder you can burn multisession disks with Disk Utility. This means you can have a CDR disk and burn to it more than ones. To perform this trick, do this. In the Finder put the stuff you want to burn into a folder and then in Disk ...

Burning CDs with Disk Utility
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Burning CDs with Disk Utility provides you with in-depth training on Business. Taught by Christopher Breen as part of the Mac OS X 10.5 Leopard Beyond the Basics

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Business
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Mac OS X
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