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iPod - a way to mount an ISO to your ipod?


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is there a way to mount a large iso file (larger than 4 GB) to my iPod?

Right now the iso is on my Windows machine, but I want to mount it to my iPod (instead of burning it to a dvd) so I can install it on my Mac. Any ideas?

thanks!

Greg
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I think I figured it out...

1) transfer ISO to my Mac
2) format my iPod for Mac
3) use disc utility to mount iso to iPod

Greg
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Ya, that should work.

You can't transfer more than 4G from a mac to a FAT32 disc... or something like that.
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