Mac OS X has a feature built in to it that lets you "mount" a BIN file in the operating system. This mounting process involves placing a BIN file (a virtual CD or DVD file) into a virtual disc drive on the computer so that you can use the virtual CD or DVD just like a real CD or DVD.
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- Moderately Easy
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Boot into your Mac OS X system.
Click on the BIN file.
Click the "Utilities" button.
Click the "Mount Disk Image" button to mount the file.
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