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Burn DMG file in Windows to bootable macOS DVD disc

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Burn a DMG or ISO File to Disk (Macintosh)

Post to Cancel. Refer to the documentation provided with your Mac operating system software if you need more specific information. You can use this disk to install the program on another computer, or have a backup installation disk in case you need to reinstall the program in the future.

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The Disk Utility window will open. The Mac's available drives e.

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The Disk Utility a. SuperDrive window will reappear. You can drag and drop multiple files to the Disk Utility.

Create bootable ISO Image CDs using Disk Utility - Mac OS X Hints

The Burn Disc In: In the Burn Disc In: The Disk Utility Progress window will open and the burning process will begin. When the burning is complete, the disk is ejected from the drive and the Disk Utility Progress window displays a message that the image burned successfully. Click OK.