8285 Views 2 Replies Latest reply: Sep 8, 2008 7:17 AM by roam
A .iso is functionally identical to a .dmg, minus the error correction stuff, so if it is stored and/or transmitted on reliable media there's no reason to "convert". However, if Disk Image Mounter says it has 'no mountable filesystems', best bet is that it got damaged somewhere along the way and you will need to reacquire a good copy.
BTW, since .dmg is Apple-only, whereas .iso is an international open standard, I've had the need to go the other way: convert the .dmg to an .iso. There's a free utility called Damage Isolation (pun on the name) that does that quick enough.
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...if the origin of the disk image is of a certain kind, from a PC the follow article may be helpful.