Damage Isolation
Damage Isolation
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Damage Isolation free download for Mac

Damage Isolation for Mac1.5

08 February 2008

Convert .dmg to .iso format.

What is Damage Isolation for Mac

Damage Isolation (get it?) converts Apple's OS X-only DMG format to .ISO for use on other operating systems. It's free, too.

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Aikousha
Aikousha
Dec 25 2008
1.5
0.0
Dec 25 2008
0.0
Version: 1.5
Any chance of a recompile for older architeecture (PowerPC)?
Robby-C
Robby-C
Oct 12 2008
1.5
0.0
Oct 12 2008
0.0
Version: 1.5
download at philnelson.name/projects
Crypto7
Crypto7
Aug 24 2007
1.4.2
0.0
Aug 24 2007
0.0
Version: 1.4.2
This does the same thing as: hdiutil convert /path/to/filename.dmg -format UDTO -o /path/to/savefile but neither that nor this makes an ISO9660 *filesystem*... they both are still Mac OS Extended (HFS+). I can use neither resulting image on WinXP!! Crap... to the person who asked about .dmg, you can't just rename those b/c they are compressed. If you make a .cdr ("CD/DVD master") and rename it .iso, that will burn in Windoze programs, but the damn volume is still hfs+ and therefore not readable when you put the disc in a PC optical drive. I typed "man hdiutil" and there is a "filesystem -iso" but I can't figure out where to put it in the command b/c I think Apple changed the hdiutil syntax. :(
Filipp
Filipp
Jan 12 2007
1.4.2
0.0
Jan 12 2007
0.0
Version: 1.4.2
Just out of curiousity, how is this any different from running hdiutil convert -format UDTO -o myisofile, dragging the DMG onto Terminal hitting return and then changing the CDR extension to ISO?
Christoph-Vogelbusch
Christoph-Vogelbusch
Apr 8 2006
1.4.2
0.0
Apr 8 2006
0.0
Version: 1.4.2
Strange I created a DMG in MS-DOS format and then used Damge Isolation. I get a file with the extension .iso.cdr that I rename as .iso, but it won't be accepted by Windows XP (inside Parallels).
Kthemank
Kthemank
Dec 28 2005
1.4.1
5.0
Dec 28 2005
5.0
Version: 1.4.1
Very easy. Just drag the DMG file onto the app, and it will quickly convert it into an ISO file. The name for this program is brilliant. I love it. 5 stars all the way.
Guest
Guest
May 14 2005
1.4
4.3
May 14 2005
4.3
Version: 1.4
extremely useful if you want to send your disk image to a windows user. but if your only going to use your image on a mac, stick with dmg - its more functional, at least on the mac os. program works fine and is very fast. BTW, the program appears to be a droplet. you simply drag and drog your dmg on top of the program.
Guest
Guest
Apr 28 2005
1.4
4.3
Apr 28 2005
4.3
Version: 1.4
It won't work in 10.2, just as a FYI.
Guest
Guest
Apr 20 2005
1.4
4.3
Apr 20 2005
4.3
Version: 1.4
Downloading it just to view the Readme.txt is worth it. Oh, works as expected.
Guest
Guest
Apr 20 2005
1.4
4.3
Apr 20 2005
4.3
Version: 1.4
I think you are talking about Toast image disks (Roxio) that the extension .toast can be changed to .iso. But DMG image disks are different.
Guest
Guest
Apr 20 2005
1.4
4.3
Apr 20 2005
4.3
Version: 1.4
I always thought that you can convert .dmg to .iso by just renaming it...
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App requirements: 
  • Intel 32
  • Mac OS X 10.4.11 or later
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