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OS 10.4 - Disk Image SIze

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I have a 5gb disk image I want to burn it to dvd but its too big, is there a way to make it span 2 dvds?

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If you have a dual layer burner, then you can get dual layer disks and burn the whole thing on one of those. I think they hold like 8Gb. Otherwise, I don't know what you can do.
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