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Hello,

My friend gave me these files they end in .dmg.

He had to split the original file into 17 parts as the original file was too big. He said that I would have to merge them but I have no idea how to do this. I'm new to the Mac world; and any help would be much appreciated.

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This is very likely something a) illegal or b) an attempt to install a keylogger on your Mac.

I'd just politely refuse the offer if I were you.
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If he split them ask them how . . . and use the same tool to merge them!

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It's nothing dodgy, one of his friends made a game. I really wanted to play it. So any ideas on how to actually merge them?
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Hi..
Try this..

Slices | Split large files on your Mac


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