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How to associate .iso file to Creator NXT 8

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Finally, I move from creator NXT 4 to NXT 8.

Previously with NXT4. My iso image file is associated with NXT4 (ie double click the image file and I get directly into "Burn Disc Image".

However, After installing NXT 8 (I uninstall old NXT4), it seem iso image file is no longer associated to NXT but image burn (which I believe is Win10 default).

How could I change it to default using Creator NXT 8?

 

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Hello Chanseng,

I think the Windows 10 default association is actually Windows Explorer, since Windows 10 is supposed to "mount" any ISO file you double-click and create a virtual drive from it.  I'm guessing that ImgBurn has grabbed the association from Explorer.

You can shift the file association over to NXT 8 if you wish.   First go to an .ISO file, right-click it, and go to Open With and then Choose another app

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In the window which appears, first check the box at the bottom to Always use this app . . .    then select Roxio Creator Application if it is there.  Click OK, and you're done.

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If the Roxio Creator Application hasn't appeared in the list yet, you need to go find it.    To do this, select the blue More Apps link.  This will show you a bunch more applications to choose from.    If the Creator Application isn't in the list, select Look for another app on this PC

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You're nearly there.    An Explorer window will open into C:\Program Files.   Navigate instead to C:\Program Files (x86)\Roxio Creator NXT Pro 8\Roxio Central   (or NXT 8 if you don't have the Pro version) and look for   roxiocentralfx.exe            

 

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Select that .exe file, click Open at the bottom right, and you are finally done:)      Your ISO files will all have a Roxio "R" on them, and double-clicking on one will bring it up in Burn Disc Image.

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Was that what was wanted?

 

Brendon

 

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