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Creating mountable disk image on Intel Mac

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Hi All,

I m using qt 4.2.2 on my Mac Intel.
I have a code in which I am creating disk Image by reading the disk sector.This code is working properly on my Power Pc but when I use this Method on my Intel mac then it is giving the message that the disk is not mountable when I double click on the disk Image.

If any body know whats is the problem with this on my Mac Intel then plz tell me.

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