burning a dmg with a pc can it be done?

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I guess ill start out with my story first:

So i backed up my osx tiger disk and my office osx disk on my pc (knowing that i'd probably sratch the hell out of my current ones or lose them... which i did) my only problem now is i can't just burn the dmg file... i've been told to try and change the extention... but that didn't work, nor did i think it would.
so my question is: is there a way to take a dmg file and burn it like an iso that would work when i re install the os on my mac??? not everyone has a mac that i could just borrow from so any help would be greatly appreciated.
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http://www.computing.net/mac/wwwboard/forum/10311.html
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wow that was pretty straight forward, thanks for the link,


ps i changed my sig to fit the standards sorry about that :)
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i have one more question about the dmg to iso thing. Whenever i run dmg2iso it says it completes the conversion... though it does it instantly and the iso file is 0 bytes could i have a corrupt dmg???
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Lucassix Thanks, you saved my life. I could resolve
the problem of mounting image files from my PC to Mac

Thank you

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