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Can i make a custom hybrid Disk using Easy Media Creator 9


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I have a MAC and a PC at work, i us toast on the MAc to make custom hybrid Disk

 

We make software and provide the programs as PC and Mac versions. I just wanted to find out if i can make custom hybrid Disks on Easy Media Creator 9 PC version

 

thanks for any help

 

James

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If you can read the Mac data, you should be able to import that into CD Creator along with the Windows data. Autorun could be a problem tho, but experiment with a RW disc rather than -R to see what happens.

 

The big problem is that while Macs can read FAT and NTFS, Windows can't read Mac formatted discs or disks. You may be better off doing it on a Mac with Toast in the end (but not having a Mac, I can't be certain about that)

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If you can read the Mac data, you should be able to import that into CD Creator along with the Windows data. Autorun could be a problem tho, but experiment with a RW disc rather than -R to see what happens.

 

The big problem is that while Macs can read FAT and NTFS, Windows can't read Mac formatted discs or disks. You may be better off doing it on a Mac with Toast in the end (but not having a Mac, I can't be certain about that)

 

 

thanks gi7omy

 

i do have toast on my mac, but do not really like Macs, just wanted to do everything on the PC

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You could try transferring the data from the Mac to the PC over a network maybe - the real problem is the ADFS format.

 

Strange thing about PCs - Macs can read their files, Linux will read anything (provided the support is compiled into the kernel - even Amiga) but doze just refuses to recognise anything that ain't MS proprietary

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