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Dragon Burn 1.01

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[www].se [ftp].se [mirror].us [mirror].de
DragonBurn_1.01.sit (4.83 MB)
MD5: 8bd4e138057c285f34526fd213a2167b
For Mac OS 9
[www].se [ftp].se [mirror].us [mirror].de
Dragon_Burn_v1.0.2.sit (4.84 MB)
MD5: a360cb3504ecc8950c4dda611a38544b
For Mac OS 9
Guides on emulating older applications

Dragon Burn is an easy to use utility for creating CD-R or CD-RW discs. If you don't like Toast or have problems using it, this might be an alternative.

Features: (from the manual)

- Create backup copies of your Macintosh files, folders or volumes. Use CD-R media if you
want to create a permanent archive of your files. Alternatively, use CD-RW media if you want
to be able to update or add to your files.

- Create copies of your audio, data, mixed mode or CD Extra CDs. Dragon Burn can create
backup copies of your existing CDs.

- Create Audio CDs from your favorite AIFF, CDDA, MP3 or WAV files.

- Extract your favorite audio tracks to AIFF or WAV files.

- Easy "tabbed pane" system enables you to quickly step through the options available for
creating your CDs. The Dragon Burn windows step you through the process of selecting the
options and settings that you want for your CD. If you accidentally miss an important setting,
Dragon Burn automatically detects the missing setting and can move you to the tabbed pane
to add the missing setting.

- Fast "drag and drop" support enables you to use the Macintosh Finder to choose the files and
folders that you want to include on your CD. Simply drag the Finder icons into the Dragon
Burn window to choose the contents of your CD.

Architecture: PPC

Requires Mac OS 9.1 or higher and 32MB of RAM


PacNPal's picture
by PacNPal - 2020, May 18 - 9:23pm

Thank you, mactheappleguy, the first one worked great for 1.0.2 on OS 9.2.1

mactheappleguy's picture
by mactheappleguy - 2015, February 12 - 11:48pm

try this serial number



Use any name you like.
(Those are option 8's [bullet's] in the first serial,
shift 8's [asterisk's] in the second serial.)

xy's picture
by xy - 2011, January 17 - 2:33pm

Does anyone have experience with Dragon Burn compared to Toast 5.2.3, especially burning boot CDs?

Also, are there any system extension conflicts with Toast 5.2.3?

themacmeister's picture
by themacmeister - 2010, November 9 - 3:08am

@retrogod -- look in Serials Surfers or Cracks&Numbers, you should find it...

Great upload!

Protocol 7's picture
by Protocol 7 - 2015, February 13 - 2:22pm

I've added the demo of 1.0.2, the last version for OS9.

(Multiupload link replaced with local copy 13-02-2015)

retrogod's picture
by retrogod - 2010, November 4 - 10:33pm

This is shareware.

Anybody got a serial number?