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Convert Apple NDIF disk image to ShrinkWrap disk image.

We have found one software suitable in our database for this conversion.

With the Apple Disk Utility it should be quite possible to convert older NDIF disk images (*.ndif) as a ShrinkWrap disk images (*.image).

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Additional links: ndif file extension details, image file extension details


An ndif file extension is used for Apple NDIF disk image files. NDIF compression disk image format was introduced in Mac OS Classic version 9 with Disk Copy 6.0 compression utility. NDIF disc image file format was repleaced by Apple UDIF compressed disk image format. However NDIF images are still able to open in the Apple Disk Utility.


Files with image suffix may primarily be found as disk images created using the ShrinkWrap OS X utility.


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