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Copy ISO from CD/DVD


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Hello all;

 

We have Roxio Easy Media Creator/Version: 8.2.296/Build: 822B96A, PXA. My manager wants to copy ISO files from one CD/DVD to another. I've tried several times with no luck. I directed him to the discussion thread http://forums.support.roxio.com/index.php?...ost&p=75464, not quite the same.

 

Is this doable with the version of EMC 8 that we have?

 

Regards,

(L.F.) Norelle

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Norelle,

 

If you mean he has a number of small .ISO files on one disc and he wants to copy them to another disc, yes that's no problem in a version 8 which can burn data discs.

 

If that's not what he is wanting to do, please explain further.

 

 

 

My manager wants to copy very large ISO files from DVD's (operating system, network images, etc.). I tried copying a 9mb file yesterday as a test, didn't work! The dialog box didn't recognize ISO files on the CD.

 

Regards,

Norelle.

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My manager wants to copy very large ISO files from DVD's (operating system, network images, etc.). I tried copying a 9mb file yesterday as a test, didn't work! The dialog box didn't recognize ISO files on the CD.

 

Regards,

Norelle.

 

You can't copy very large .iso files, from a DVD to a CD. You can't copy from a DVD to a CD.

 

If the .iso file is only 9mb, copy it from the DVD, to your hard drive, first. Then copy from the hard drive, to a CD. See if you can see the .iso file that way. You should be able to, with no problems.

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My manager wants to copy very large ISO files from DVD's (operating system, network images, etc.). I tried copying a 9mb file yesterday as a test, didn't work! The dialog box didn't recognize ISO files on the CD.

 

Regards,

Norelle.

How did you burn the test ISO image file? which app in EMC 8 did you use?

 

Sounds like you burned the ISO disc image file as data. You have to burn the image file the Disc copier or Creator Classic app in EMC 8 choosing to burn an image to a disc.

 

Also keep in mind, a DVD ISO image file can only be burned to a DVD disc.

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How did you burn the test ISO image file? which app in EMC 8 did you use?

 

Sounds like you burned the ISO disc image file as data. You have to burn the image file the Disc copier or Creator Classic app in EMC 8 choosing to burn an image to a disc.

 

Also keep in mind, a DVD ISO image file can only be burned to a DVD disc.

 

Gentlemen;

 

I'm very much aware of the rules, guidelines, etc. about copying TO/FROM on CD's and DVD's, I'm not a "newbie", it's just that I only burn ISO's about 4-6 times a year from a network file(s).

 

To quote Adrian Monk "HERE'S WHAT HAPPENED":

- My manager created an image file(s) on a secure network (IT only) drive 2 months ago, not in the normal IT location.

 

- I created this ISO (and the test ISO) the same as I have been for the past 4 years that I've had this job; Creator Classic (first ver. 7, now ver. 8) - Other Tasks - Burn From Disc Image File.

 

- I inserted a CD, received a message to insert a DVD as the file(s) were very large. when done, I replied the usual "NO to Save Project" as the original files normally are saved on a specific location for IT as I mentioned above. This is usually a 1 time occurrence per request from my manager or the Network Admin.

 

- Someone other than me deleted the original file(s), thus he wants to copy the ISO from the DVD. When it didn't work that's when I posted my query.

 

Regards,

Norelle

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