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Mac Only & Mac And Pc


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Not all PC models can read the Mac only format. If you intend your disks to be read only on a Mac, use the Mac only format; if you might sometimes share disks with benighted folks who insist on using unreliable technology :) , use the Mac and PC format. The choice has no effect on the images themselves, only on the kinds of computers that can read them.

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Not all PC models can read the Mac only format. If you intend your disks to be read only on a Mac, use the Mac only format; if you might sometimes share disks with benighted folks who insist on using unreliable technology :) , use the Mac and PC format. The choice has no effect on the images themselves, only on the kinds of computers that can read them.

Or you can use the ISO format, which if you create multiple sessions on the disk, you will be able to import the previos session and reburn. This will allow you to see only one CD icon when you insert the disk rather than how ever many burns you have done.

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