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I have a customer that wants a bunch of pics backed up in a CD-R... I need to know if I burn the CD-R in my PC (HP7200 CD-writer) will it be readable to a Mac?  Could you answer to Ed-Karla@worldnet.att.net please!!!
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Yes if you burn it in ISO-9660 mode.
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