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    Cessna 310L v1.0.8 Update Released!

    Problem solved! Here is what I did. 1. I opened the dmg file in MacOS disk utility. 2. I clicked on the verify disk button 3. I right clicked on the verified folder and selected "show Cessna 310L in the Finder 4. launched the file from the Finder window and voilà! Jean-Jacques
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    Cessna 310L v1.0.8 Update Released!

    Thank you Cameron, Before posting here I did a search on Google and found the same solution as you did, but it did not work, so I posted my problem here. This alert generally says that a dmg file is corrupted. Though, I could successfully open another dmg file on my MacbookPro. As a test, I redownloaded the update 1.08 on a windows 7 partition on my Macbook (which I use for FSX), copied the dmg file back to my OS partition and got the same error. I also created a dummy X-Plane folder on my Win7 parttion and successfully installed the 1.08 update to it. Do you think I could just copy those files (Aircraft - Resources/plugins - X-Aviation) back to my X-Plane folder on my Mac OS partition????? Jean-Jacques
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    Cessna 310L v1.0.8 Update Released!

    Thanks for this excellent looking update, but the C310L-osx-installer.dmg file for Mac OS does return an error saying that it cannot be mounted. I posted this yesterday on the forum but did not get any answer. The Mac OS install file for the original version as well as for the 1.06 update did work fine though. Could you please have a look into this? Thanks, Jean-Jacques Struyf
  4. Hello! Upon opening the .dmg file I get an error saying in french "no mountable file system" (aucun système de fichiers montable) Jean-Jacques Struyf
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