Unfortunately, I recently needed to mount a disc image I created in Toast in Windows. After searching the intertrons for an answer, the best answer I could find was, rename the .toast to .iso, mount through daemon tools and pray for the best. One obvious thought that came to mind was, "Has anyone just tried to mount the toast file directly from daemon tools?" I was certain someone had tried and failed, but, to my surprise, it worked perfectly. I have not seen this documented anywhere, but, nevertheless it seems to work.