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Whats the difference between the Mac's Disk Copy's images and Virtual VPC's images(like the C and D drives)?  and how can I make an image that is in VPC's format?
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disk copy images are exact copies of disks that once exsted somewhere. VPC disk images are editable and change each time VPC is used. to make a new VPC image go into prefs and choose to create a new disk. it will create a new disk in the place of your choice. I assume you dont have the manuals because they would take you through this.
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