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Opening Legacy .roxio File


CharlieMcG
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Hey all,

 

A teacher of mine (who is not computer-literate and doesn't keep up-to-date software, by any means) emailed me a .roxio file which is supposed to contain a few audio tracks. I assume that .roxio is the extension for a disk image created with some Roxio product (Roxio Creator, according to Google?), but I really have no idea. This seems to be a Windows-only thing, but I have a MacBook Pro (and Toast 10 Titanium). Is there any way I can get at the contents of this .roxio file?

 

Thanks in advance.

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Thanks for responding!

 

No dice, though. It doesn't even let me choose the file in "Mount Disk Image" (it's grayed out and unclickable), and if I try to go to my desktop and right click->Open With->DiskImageMounter, I get "Resource temporarily unavailable", no matter which of those three extensions I change to.

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Thanks for responding!

 

No dice, though. It doesn't even let me choose the file in "Mount Disk Image" (it's grayed out and unclickable), and if I try to go to my desktop and right click->Open With->DiskImageMounter, I get "Resource temporarily unavailable", no matter which of those three extensions I change to.

Sorry but I don't know what else to suggest.

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