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OS 10.4 - Send .DMG to Mac via Windows PC Network?


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Is it possible for me to send a .DMG file to my Mac connected to my router (D-Link) so I can mount it instead of Burning a Disk? I already have a running Windows Network, would my PC "see" my Mac or do I have to configure/get a 3rd Party Application to do it?

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If you have enabled sharing on the PC then you should be able to see it in the Finder on your Mac.

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I have transferred some .dmg files over to my PC for backup, with no trouble.
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Originally Posted by Pulse-8
I have transferred some .dmg files over to my PC for backup, with no trouble.
Irony.

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Irony.

PS: I like your New Project song.
Yea...lol...a throwback to my ole PC days of crashing/losing data...The more I use my iMac the more I'm totally loving it.

Thanks for the compliment..I know this is off topic but thanks.
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Now, Do I have to enter a Workgroup or anything like that in OSX? I get my Mac Monday... (PowerMac G3 B&W)

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http://docs.info.apple.com/article.html?artnum=19652
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Thanks.

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If you need anymore info please don't hesitate to search around as quite often someone has already asked the same question and their answer may help you :dive:
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OK. Will do. Thanks Again,

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