How to Copy a CD or DVD Using Disk Utility

How to Copy a CD or DVD Using Disk Utility

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These are instructions on how to make a duplicate copy of CD or DVD using Mac OS X Leopard Disk Utility.

Step One
Launch Disk Utility from Applications:Utilities and select your CD from the list on the left.
How to Copy a CD or DVD Using Disk Utility

How to Copy a CD or DVD Using Disk Utility

Step Two
Click the New Image button to create a dmg of your CD or DVD.
How to Copy a CD or DVD Using Disk Utility

Step Three
Enter a name and location to save your image as then click the Create button.
How to Copy a CD or DVD Using Disk Utility

Step Four
Disk Utility will now create your new disk image.
How to Copy a CD or DVD Using Disk Utility

Step Five
Once done you will notice that your disk image will appear on the left hand side of the Disk Utility window. (ie Solo.dmg).
How to Copy a CD or DVD Using Disk Utility

Step Six
Select the dmg from the left side of the Disk Utility menu then click the Burn button.
How to Copy a CD or DVD Using Disk Utility

Step Seven
Your original CD or DVD will then be ejected and Disk Utility will indicate that it is waiting for a blank CD or DVD.
How to Copy a CD or DVD Using Disk Utility

Step Eight
Insert a blank CD or DVD then click the Burn button.
How to Copy a CD or DVD Using Disk Utility

Step Nine
Once the burning has completed you will notified that it was successful. Click the OK button to finish the process.
How to Copy a CD or DVD Using Disk Utility

How to Copy a CD or DVD Using Disk Utility
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Samuel - October 9, 2013 at 5:47am
Thanks a lot! I am currently on OSX v 10.8.5; the steps are not exactly as outlined, but you showed me the idea... :)
Tien - August 15, 2013 at 11:46pm
Thank you for the help. I find it useful and it seems to work so far. I hope to be as helpful as you.
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