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I swear I looked hard this time.

Real quick, how do I open a .toast file?

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Change the suffix to "DMG" if you are in Mac OS X

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Change the suffix to "DMG" if you are in Mac OS X

Never.
At least other .cdr extensions may work, but .dmg is completely different file format than .toast.

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Under which system?

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If you are under Mac OS 9 Disk Copy 6.5 can mount Toast files (I am not sure whether v6.33 can also do this) - or, of course, Roxio Toast.

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I think CD/DVD mounter(find it here) opens .toast files. I'm not 100% sure though so let me no if i am wrong.
It works in mac os 9.

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Than w/o information of the system this operation is taking pplace, I´d go for .ISO though it means you might loose a hybrid format of the original.

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Apparently I don't know know to work Disk Copy.
I'm using OS9
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For the record, it's Virtual DVD-ROM/CD Utility, the other name won't search. Thanks now!

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Phooey, why do I have insufficient system resources?