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  Dimitris1980 (Profile)
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Posted: Tue Nov 18, 2014 1:08 pm
I want to burn cd in mac os yosemite with my imac intel core 2 in order to be able to read the cd on mac os 7.6 which i have installed on my performa 6116. Is there a way? I try to use disk utility but there is not an option for mac os standard formatting.
  feeef (Profile)
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Posted: Wed Nov 19, 2014 6:58 am
What you could do is install a classic mac OS emulator on your intel mac (Basilisk II). From there you could do a disk image of you Mac OS Standard CD. You can use DiskCopy for that. I thing the .img image generated there is readable by Mac OS X. You can then burn the image.

I have never tried that but it is what I would do. It may work or not...
  neozeed (Profile)
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Posted: Sun Aug 02, 2015 12:49 pm
basically your best bet is an old copy of toast on basilisk.

Now for the hard part.

You need a way for Basilisk to pass the SCSI commands to the CD-Drive.

There is an ancient build for Windows that can talk ASPI. I've even hacked up something to talk to SCSI 'disk files' but writing a CD is out of my league.

I wish I could help, but, I couldn't get it to pass properly to Windows.

The one time I got something to work was with a CD-R emulator.

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