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Burning a file for mac from pc

 
 
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      10-15-2005
I have Nero 5.5 and want to copy images, jpg's to a cd that a Apple
will be able to read?

Thanks of this one!
 
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      10-16-2005
In article <(E-Mail Removed)>, <(E-Mail Removed)>
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> I have Nero 5.5 and want to copy images, jpg's to a cd that a Apple
> will be able to read?
>
> Thanks of this one!


Usually, you just make it ISO 9660 when you want cross-platform
compatibility.
But it doesn't matter for simple data files like images -- the Macs can
open just about all formats a DOS, Windows, Unix or Linux machine can
make.

I assume you won't be including old (pre-2001) executables?
 
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