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edit ISO files to be burned to a CD-RW

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  • Started 4 years ago by euanb21
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euanb21
Posts: 19

Hi, I am having problems with my new Dell, which one of the moderators is kindly helping me through on this thread:

http://www.howtogeek.com/forum.....ost-112859

I need to change the file names on an ISO image to get any further and I am using a MacBookPro running Leopard.

I can burn the CD-RW but only with the incorrect file names. Can anyone help?

Thanks in advance.

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LH
LH
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Possibly this will give a clue,
http://forums.macosxhints.com/.....51188.html

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euanb21
Posts: 19

Thanks again for your help.

I'd already found this article; I had been making the mistake of not making the Disk Image Volume large enough to copy over the files.

I've sorted this, but now when I try to change the file boot.wim to install.wim, it says I do not have the correct file privileges, despite me having read/write status on the disk image. I've double checked this in the disk utility.

The same happens when I just copy the files over to my desktop and try editing them. Is this a security setting on the actual files?

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LH
LH
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I've just unextracted the files from the .iso, and I can rename them with no problem. I am not on a Mac tho. It may be different.

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