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I've seen guides on how to do it using Disk Utility and the hdutil command but when I search the net for something that involves using toast, I came up blank.

I've looked around toast (version 11) and I don't see a way of doing it.

Can you help? Thanks

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  • Why do you want to do it in Toast specifically?
    – grg
    Jan 7 '14 at 16:58
  • because I want to use toast? because I wanna know if it's possible using toast?
    – mrjayviper
    Jan 8 '14 at 2:55
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Toast has never used .iso format, it uses its own proprietary .toast format.

You can convert back to .dmg or .iso from .toast using something like DiskImageMounter but not the other way round.

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