What is a Macintosh disk image?

Answer A disk image is a virtual drive, or mirror image of a physical drive, that is used by most operating systems. In Mac OS, disk images are used to store applications and files.IdentificationDisk imag... Read More »

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What is a disk image?

A disk image is a virtual duplication of the contents from a CD, DVD or hard drive. Disk images come in a variety of formats (e.g. ISO). To run a disk image, a special mounting software is required... Read More »

How do I burn an ISO image to a disk?

Install ISO BurnerDownload and install an ISO Burner software such as ISO Recorder v2, Express Burn or Magic ISO Burner. Insert a blank disk into the CD-RW drive.Burn ISO FileOpen the burning softw... Read More »

What is a sparse disk image?

A sparse disk image is a type of backup that users can perform with the Mac OS X operating system's Disk Utility application. Unlike a full image backup, which duplicates all disk content, includin... Read More »

How to Make a Disk Image With OS X?

An exact digital copy of a physical disk is a disk image. A disk image replicates all of the data on the disk, whether it is an optical disk like a CD or a hard disk like a USB drive, according to... Read More »