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How do I burn a .CDR in Windows?


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imgburn doesn't support .cdr

i used to use http://www.poweriso.com/

If you rename it an ISO, nero can burn it. (i dont think it is an iso, its only to make nero consider the file)

I renamed it and used Magic ISO and it did work but I realized that even though it does work, my iMac won't boot from the disk because an issue with my RAM :(

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the idea for deamon tools is to mount it then do a direct disk to disk copy.

(.cdr isnt a Mac specific format, the work both on windows and mac, and normaly u just rename them to .ISO so other apps can read them as .cdr isnt always openly supported)

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the idea for deamon tools is to mount it then do a direct disk to disk copy.

(.cdr isnt a Mac specific format, the work both on windows and mac, and normaly u just rename them to .ISO so other apps can read them as .cdr isnt always openly supported)

I already have the disk burned. My iMac G3 just won't boot into them because of my RAM.

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