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1347 Views 1 Reply Latest reply: Mar 12, 2009 8:08 AM by Matt Clifton
To burn a .dmg so that the CD/DVD matches the disk image (and doesn't itself contain a .dmg file) you should use the first method you mention, through Disk Utility. If you burn it in the Finder, it will indeed create a disk which contains a .dmg file.
FIrst, double-check that you're looking at the innermost .dmg: double-click the dmg file to mount it, and make sure that its contents match the files you want on the CD (and don't just reveal another dmg file). Then, drag the dmg file into the left panel of Disk Utility, and use the Images - Burn menu to burn that image to disk.
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