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To do this you need to run Fusion and follow the documentation to install an operating system. From the Fusion window, allow Windows to use your CD drive.
To do this, you need to pull-down the Fusion menu item that shows the Mac devices. You can change this at any time.
Put the Words a Day! Once Words a Day! Fusion will share the sound system and this does not need to be assigned.
But if you cannot hear anything, check the Fusion menu and make sure that SoundCard is on. I am not running Fusion this very second so I do not remember the exact name of the menu items for the soundcard and CD drive assignment.
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I think these are both under the second or third Fusion menu item from the left. There are not very many menu item in Fusion. Remember help is available within your course by right-clicking you mouse on the screen. If there is a block of text or an icon whose function you wish to know about hover the mouse over the area and right-click. Also there is an icon in the shape of a question-mark that leads to an extensive help menu. Back to Technical Help Words a Day!
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You can create an image within OS X that you can mount, and it will behave just like any other mounted drive. Go into Disk Utility. Figure the rest out from there. It will be a lot simpler if you just forget how you 'did it in Windows' and feel your way through it without those old preconceptions.
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Thanks guys. I never actually used that stuff with PC but didn't know how to ask the question I wanted so I made a comparison to a piece of software from PC.
Thanks for the clarification andd the help. There is a program called Toastmount which will make use of the Toast mounting engine. Of course, you have to have Toast installed to make use of it. I'm not sure you guys understand what this guy is trying to do. There are a whole bunch of image formats out there - not all of which are directly supported by Toast.
And there is nothing complex about using them at all. On another note, since we are talking about Unix here you can probably just issue the standard Uinix command to mount ISO files, which is for example. There are other solutions too. If for example you have a movie in.
However if there is a file that is in a format that you just cannot find a way to deal with in OS X, the next solution is to mount it using something like Daemon Tools in Windows and mount it in OS X via a network.
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If you don't have a network then it's no biggie, since you can easily install virtualisation software like Virtual PC in OS X and create a virtual network in OS X with it and mount your files over your Virtual network - again using Samba. The advantage of the later method is if you have disks that are in some way copy protected - as Windows has far more tools for dealing with such problematic disk images than does OS X - or indeed Linux for that matter.
Oh, and BTW - some of us folks actually enjoy a little complexity now and then. Which is how we can work things like this out. You need to be a member in order to leave a comment.
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