Originally Posted by jdastas
anyone know how to burn this using a mac... I don't know how to make an ISO disk,
I made a copy of the steps from an earlier post and copied them below:
How to burn ISO disc images
Thu, Jun 22 '06 at 7:30AM PDT
Submitted by vocaro
Disc images are a fairly common packaging standard for large software programs. If you want to try out a new Linux distribution, for example, chances are you'll need to download a disc image in ISO format and burn it to a blank CD-ROM or DVD.
But ever since I began using Mac OS X, I've been perpetually confused about how to burn ISO images. I'm used to disc burning utilities that have an obvious, explicit command like "Burn ISO Image to CD." To make life even more confusing, OS X's Disk Utility does have a Burn command, but it becomes disabled when you click on the blank disc you'd like to use for the burn.
The problem here is that most Mac disc utilities, including the built-in Disk Utility, take a different approach when it comes to image burning. Instead of telling the program you want to burn an image, then choosing the file, you're supposed to do the reverse: You choose the file, then tell the program you want to burn it. So, to burn an ISO image to disc, here's what to do:
1. Insert a blank disc.
2. Start Disk Utility. (Applications/Utilities/Disk Utility)
3. From the File menu, choose Open Disk Image and select the ISO to be burned.
4. In the list of volumes, you will now see an item representing the ISO file. Select it.
5. Click the Burn button and follow the instructions.
To reinitialize the player
1. Update FW to 2.2
2. Clear Persistent Storage
3. Shutdown player
4. Unplug player
5. Press power on player (yes, AFTER unplugging)
6. Wait for about 1 minute
7. Re-plug power
8. Restart player and play the disc.