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Question About Using Toast 10 With Mac Games


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Hi, I'm new to the forum and have a question about the capabilities of Toast 10. Can I use this to create a disc image of mac games such as Call of Duty 4, then use the image instead of the cd to start the game? I just got a macbook air and don't want to leave the superdrive plugged in all the time to play games. I read something on another forum about Toast being able to do this? Thanks very much in advance.

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Yes, you probably can do that. There are cases where a game only looks to an optical drive for data so it doesn't work to have a virtual drive from a mounted disc image. But if the game allows it, Toast does work this way. To mount the disc image you will control-click on it in the Finder and choose Mount It from the contextual menu. Mount It is installed by Toast.

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Yes, you probably can do that. There are cases where a game only looks to an optical drive for data so it doesn't work to have a virtual drive from a mounted disc image. But if the game allows it, Toast does work this way. To mount the disc image you will control-click on it in the Finder and choose Mount It from the contextual menu. Mount It is installed by Toast.

 

 

Thanks very much for the info. I'll try it out!

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