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Cannot Add Iso To Image Loader


erica renee
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I created a disc image using Roxio 2012 and saved it as an .ISO file on my system. This image file is rejected by the Roxio image loader and I would like to find out why this is occurring and if there are any others with a similar issue. I'd like to view the image on the virtual drive rather than burning another disc to view from the DVD drive. Any help is greatly appreciated!

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I created a disc image using Roxio 2012 and saved it as an .ISO file on my system. This image file is rejected by the Roxio image loader and I would like to find out why this is occurring and if there are any others with a similar issue. I'd like to view the image on the virtual drive rather than burning another disc to view from the DVD drive. Any help is greatly appreciated!

 

Download the free video player VLC, it can play video iso image files. Once downloaded and installed, just drag and drop the iso file on the VLC icon.

That should tell you if the iso file is corrupt or not.

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I don't think it's corrupt since I've created the image twice, saving the file to different places with different names. You have both given me the idea that it's the content of the disc image that may be the problem. The disc I imaged is of my most recent X-ray exam, complete with x-ray viewer software. Perhaps there is a DRM on the disc that prevents the image from functioning properly? It isn't so important as to pursue any further as the effort might not be worth the result. I do appreciate the assistance and I will, no doubt, be back as I use the software more. Thank you!

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