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  1. #1


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    Reading a CD-R Disk
    Hi
    I ahe an HP CD-R with a Cat Scan, (images) study on it. Does anyone know what software I would need to be able to open it and see the images on my Mac?
    Thanks for the help.

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    Member Since
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    Hi, Sonogirl,
    For us to help you, we need to know what extension of the file is.
    example
    Scan.jpg
    Scan.psd
    scan.iso

    an easy way to check the file extension is to "right click" on it and get the info.

    My dad gave me a cd with MRI scans on them, it came with it's own software though that let you view it with 360 rotation.

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    Hi
    Thanks for the response. It is an ISO, can you tell me what to do next?
    thanks

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    i would suggest MagicISO

    it can see what's on the disc, i haven't tried it on a mac, but it seems it works on it, http://www.magiciso.com/FAQ/FAQ0012.htm

    please tell me if it works

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