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Add .iso to .toast to burn images with Disk Utility Apps
Probably this is something that every Mac owner learns in kindergarten, but just in case someone else got through school without it, here it is:

I had a Toast image (with the file extension .toast) that 10.3 Disk Utility would not burn to a blank CD -- the filename was grayed out in the list of files available for burning.

I simply added the extension .iso after the extension .toast, and Disk Utility burned it with no problems.

[robg adds: This older hint touched on a related topic, but it seems behaviors may have changed with Disk Copy in 10.3...]
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Add .iso to .toast to burn images with Disk Utility
Authored by: stcanard on Jul 02, '04 04:12:07PM

I've also found this workaround:

Double click the toast image to mount it on your destkop. Once you do that it shows up in the list of disk images in disk utility, and you can burn them.

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