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Burning an .ISO File


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Are you sure you used the Image File setting in the Copy window? What you describe sounds as though it was burned in the Data window. An .iso file is a disc image. You should be able to mount it when selected using the Image File setting. Does it mount when selected there?

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Are you sure you used the Image File setting in the Copy window? What you describe sounds as though it was burned in the Data window. An .iso file is a disc image. You should be able to mount it when selected using the Image File setting. Does it mount when selected there?

 

Yes, I inserted a blank CD and then selected the .iso file from my Documents folder and then mounted the .iso file. Then I burned the .iso file by selecting the red button at the bottom of the window. After the CD was burned, I mounted it and all that was on the CD was the .iso file itself. Not the image that should have been burned. Any other ideas?

 

Thanks,

 

Steve

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Yes, I inserted a blank CD and then selected the .iso file from my Documents folder and then mounted the .iso file. Then I burned the .iso file by selecting the red button at the bottom of the window. After the CD was burned, I mounted it and all that was on the CD was the .iso file itself. Not the image that should have been burned. Any other ideas?

 

Thanks,

 

Steve

 

What happens if you burn that ISO file to a DVD disc? You keep mentioning a CD. What is in the ISO file?

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