I created a disc image of a clipart file to my hard drive using global image format. Roxio help file stated "saving a disc to image file allows you to create a copy of disc at later date" or words to that effect. Roxio however did state that *.gi discs cannot sometimes be read on PC's which do not have Roxio installed.At a later date I burnt this image file to disc. When I insert this newly created disc into the drive of either of my PC's (both of which have ECDC8 installed on them) I get the following message "Windows cannot read from this disc. The disc might be corrupted or using format that is not compatible with windows".
If I check disc in Tools, the info is as follows:
CD Rom, closed, Data, Disc at once
01- Data track, Mode 2 XA
Am I going wrong somewhere? What is the point of a *.gi image file if it can't be read in windows. I tried using disc image loader, but it does not recognise *.gi files.
I tried Retrieve, but this isn't applicable either. In all other CD creating software which I have used, I just create image to hard drive, and then burn to disc, and thats it! Exact copy of disc.
Can anyone help please, as I am rather confused, and the help files, nor the newly downloaded pdf manual, (which was only supplied in retail version to American customers, and not to us poor British!, did not help either)!!