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Create Iso Image From Files, Not Disc


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That is a cut down version of the full commercial product. It is an OEM. As such, Dell has modified it for their purpose and does all the support. You would have to contact them; sorry.

 

What kind of files - audio or video?

 

Having said that, Creator 10.2 DE had no ability to work with video Perhaps 10.3 is different?

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P Jones,

 

I have 10.3 in another of Roxio's 'sliced-and-diced' packages, so it may be sufficiently like yours to help. Please be advised that you can't make an ISO of a CD-Audio disc since the ISO standard doesn't allow that.

 

For data, go to Data Disc and add some files to your project, then go down to the pull-down alongside your drive in the Destination Selection area.

 

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Click on the pull-down and select Browse. You'll see a Windows Explorer box where you can select between a Global Image [.GI] or an ISO to save. You can select your save-as type, destination, and file name in this Explorer box.

 

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Do you have this in your version, and is that what you want?

 

 

Regards,

Brendon

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Thanks for the responses.

 

@Sknis - I want to make a data CD or DVD. A collection of PDFs mostly. The only way I can make an ISO image is to actually burn the CD and then make an ISO image of the CD I just made.

 

@Brendon Apparently my version is pretty scaled down. It doesn't allow me to browse to a destination. :( That would have been exactly what I wanted to do.

 

I guess it's time to ask for a different version of Roxio (or go back to Nero).

 

Thanks again!

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If you cannot save a Disc image as ISO, it probably is because you do not have the ISO format selected.

Open your Options Popup Menu

 

Titlebar : Tools : Options

 

Select Data and Backup

 

Choose any File System that includes "ISO"

 

You should then be able to save discs as ISO or Global Image

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