trying to install 4.10 ("warty-warthog") on a "Titanium" powerbook
mmuzzy at cox.net
Sun Mar 20 22:43:29 UTC 2005
> How do I get that done with disk utility (I have version 10.4.2). The
> app is called disk utility and comes with Mac OS. I've tried several
> ways and it ain't happening.
> I've tried two third party apps: Burnz and Dragon Burn without success.
> Thanks in advance,
> PS: if there's any any third party apps that do this that cost $5 or
> less or if they have a free trial, let me know. I've spent a lot on
> hardware recently and I can't afford any other expenatures beyond minute.
> On Mar 20, 2005, at 15:17, Dennis Kaarsemaker wrote:
>> On Sun, 2005-03-20 at 14:53 -0600, chris wrote:
>>> What I have done already (vis-a-vis burning the ISO): I've
>>> dragging the *.iso file onto the CD and burn, I've tried
>>> the *.iso, selecting all and dragging these into a folder and
>>> the folder to burn it (I can't see sanity in paying $100, $250 or
>>> however much toast costs now, when I can burn CDs with just OS X).
>> Both these ways will not work. In your cd burning application, find the
>> menu entry taht says 'Burn Image'. Then select the .iso file and burn
>> What you did was burning a cd with one file: the iso and burning a cd
>> with all the files in the iso, but without the boot record. Hence both
>> your attempts are unbootable.
>> Dennis K.
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I found a thread that appears to be your very issue. There was success
when the gentleman used firestarter to burn the image.
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