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.Mac - saving command & conquer to harddrive so i dont have to use dvd


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hi, i was wondering if any one could tell me how to save the dvd of command and conquer generals to my hard drive so i dont have to keep using my dvd,
im aware that ill have to create a dmg file so it thinks its there, but whats the best way of going about this, im a bit of a noob when it comes to macs,
ive just come over from the darkside,
any help would be great
cheers
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Applications -> Utilities -> Disk Utility

Click on the CD in the source window
Go to Images -> New -> From whatever the name of the dvd is

This will create a disk image that you can double click whenever you want, and the dvd will appear on the desktop so you can play without a disk

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wow, thanks. i cant beleive how easy that was.
cheers trnpnmonkey41
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