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Burn A Cd From Iso Image


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Just purchased Roxio Creator 2009. The main reason I purchased Creator 2009 was to bea ble to burn CDs/DVDs from ISO images. I am able to select the ISO images from my hard drive and open them in Creator 2009. The Burn Disc Image screen comes up with the iso file name in the choose image box. The Copy To box says No Drive detected. I have a blank CD loaded in my CD/DVD drive.

 

I switch to the GetDisc Information screen and I get the following:

Selected Drive:

Manufacturer: HL-DT-ST DVD-ROM DU!)W

Firmware: 105

Supported Media: CD-ROM, Single Sided Layer DVD ROM

 

Inserted Disc:

No Disc

 

 

When I insert a CD or DVD that is not black, it reads the CD and gives me the session info on the CD/DVD. I've tried multiple CDs and DVD with no apparent help.

 

Can someone please help?

 

Thanks.

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Just purchased Roxio Creator 2009. The main reason I purchased Creator 2009 was to bea ble to burn CDs/DVDs from ISO images. I am able to select the ISO images from my hard drive and open them in Creator 2009. The Burn Disc Image screen comes up with the iso file name in the choose image box. The Copy To box says No Drive detected. I have a blank CD loaded in my CD/DVD drive.

 

I switch to the GetDisc Information screen and I get the following:

Selected Drive:

Manufacturer: HL-DT-ST DVD-ROM DU!)W

Firmware: 105

Supported Media: CD-ROM, Single Sided Layer DVD ROM

 

Inserted Disc:

No Disc

 

 

When I insert a CD or DVD that is not black, it reads the CD and gives me the session info on the CD/DVD. I've tried multiple CDs and DVD with no apparent help.

 

Can someone please help?

 

Thanks.

You have a drive that will read CD's & DVD's only. It is not capable of burning CD or DVD discs. You need to get a drive that has that capability if you want to burn discs.

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