Picture of making A DMG file for Mac
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This is how to make a DMG file for when you need to put something on a disc and well the possibilities are endless really.

Step 1: Open Disc Utility

Picture of Open Disc Utility
Open Disc Utility. Go to Applications, Utility, DIsc Utility.
gmjhowe6 years ago
How you finding the 7000 build of windows 7? good ible, i suggest a short list of uses for this. Maybe, you could work on a full sized ible about all the features of disk utility.
fredandjoe213 (author)  gmjhowe6 years ago
Well for windows 7 I went onto the windows 7 beta site and downlaoded it and i think i will work on a large list of uses for DMG files
I meant how are you finding it in terms of how is it, and what do you think to it?
fredandjoe213 (author)  gmjhowe6 years ago
wow thats much better than what i thought you said
Aww, man! I was going to comment on the Win 7 in the left hand side of the first screenshot. I have Win 7 and am running it on an 80 GB HDD. Since I skipped Vista (XP ftw!) Win 7 is amazing to me.
fredandjoe213 (author)  cyrozap6 years ago
I also skipped Vista and went from XP to win7
lowercase6 years ago
I still don't feel comfortable with the fact that I need to specify a fixed file size from the start. Isn´t there a way to auto-resize the DMG like when compressing a ZIP or RAR?
fredandjoe213 (author)  lowercase6 years ago
yeah that seems to be the problem alot but you can make bigger than what you need.
sure, but what if I need a small file to distribute on the web? Does all of this files you download are carefully measured to make a .DMG according to the files it contain?. Maybe there's an application to create them with the smallest possible size, I'll take a look around...

In Disk Utility:

File/New/Disk Image From folder...

or command+shift+N

Take a look at this to add some fancy features to your image file like a background and to hide some things.
fredandjoe213 (author)  lowercase6 years ago
thats interesting