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How To Burn From An Iso Dvd Image To Three Drives

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I'm using Roxio Creator 2011 with Win 7/64. I have a DVD Iso Image and I want to burn three discs at one time. How do I do it?

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I'm using Roxio Creator 2011 with Win 7/64. I have a DVD Iso Image and I want to burn three discs at one time. How do I do it?

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Dave514

 

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Thanks, but I have Roxio Creator 2011plain NOT Pro., neither do i have Roxio Classic. Sorry about that so what do i do?

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Thanks, but I have Roxio Creator 2011plain NOT Pro., neither do i have Roxio Classic. Sorry about that so what do i do?

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Dave514

 

Your Creator 2011 doesn't have Burn Data Disc - Advanced, which is Creator Classic? Where did you get your Creator 2011?

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I'm using Roxio Creator 2011

 

Thanks, but I have Roxio Creator 2011plain NOT Pro., neither do i have Roxio Classic.

 

What software do you have?

 

A bought retail version or one that came free with your PC?

 

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I bought this prior to installing Win 7/64.

Win 7/64 has nothing to do with your problem or questions asked.

 

What Roxio software do you have? Look for it as cdanteek has indicated in post #5. Where did you buy it?

 

Did you also look for "Burn Data Disc - Advanced" , as asked in post #2 and #4?

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Software Name: Roxio Creator 2011 Version: 1.3.166 SP1:5.0.0

 

Under Data Copy, I have Burn Data Disc Advanced, went to Roxio Creator Classic , clicked on Burn From Disc Image file and clicked on Specicifc File. Dragged the File to Data Disc Project. So far so good.

 

Where do I find the window, Roxio Classic -Burn Setup?

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Software Name: Roxio Creator 2011 Version: 1.3.166 SP1:5.0.0

 

Under Data Copy, I have Burn Data Disc Advanced, went to Roxio Creator Classic , clicked on Burn From Disc Image file and clicked on Specicifc File. Dragged the File to Data Disc Project. So far so good.

 

Where do I find the window, Roxio Classic -Burn Setup?

 

 

Look at post # 2 again it shows you everything!

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Where do I find the window, Roxio Classic -Burn Setup?

 

I have a much older Roxio on my other computer called Easy CD and DVD Burning. My ISO files are on the C drive there in Libraries/ Videos. When i click on the ISO file it opens up the Burn Setup. On the computer with Roxio Creator Classic my ISO files are on my G Drive. Should I move them to C Drive and put them in Libraries/ Videos?

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Where do I find the window, Roxio Classic -Burn Setup?

 

I have a much older Roxio on my other computer called Easy CD and DVD Burning. My ISO files are on the C drive there in Libraries/ Videos. When i click on the ISO file it opens up the Burn Setup. On the computer with Roxio Creator Classic my ISO files are on my G Drive. Should I move them to C Drive and put them in Libraries/ Videos?

 

The setup window pops up automatically when you select your image (.iso) file.

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Software Name: Roxio Creator 2011 Version: 1.3.166 SP1:5.0.0

 

 

Where do I find the window, Roxio Classic -Burn Setup?

 

I have a much older Roxio on my other computer called Easy CD and DVD Burning. My ISO files are on the C drive there in Libraries/ Videos. When i click on the ISO file it opens up the Burn Setup. On the computer with Roxio Creator Classic my ISO files are on my G Drive. Should I move them to C Drive and put them in Libraries/ Videos?

 

What are you talking about now?

 

Do we have a communication problem?

 

 

The setup window pops up automatically when you select your image (.iso) file.

 

Only if Roxio is set as default to open the iso file extension.

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Wow...

 

In your case you will have to use Burn Disc Image!

 

Start it:

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Pick your file:

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Choose the number of copies & Burn:

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You can't burn to multiple burners this way but this will get your project done! :huh:

 

(does Img Burn allow multiple drives?)

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Success! I did it...LOL!

 

Many thanks, for your patience to this 81 year old man.

 

David

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Only if Roxio is set as default to open the iso file extension.

 

That is not the case with me. Roxio is not set as the default to open .iso files, and that window does pop up when I select the .iso file to burn.

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That is not the case with me. Roxio is not set as the default to open .iso files, and that window does pop up when I select the .iso file to burn.

 

 

Does the iso have a red Roxio icon?

 

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does Img Burn allow multiple drives?

 

No....

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No, it does not.

 

Right click properties on the icon and tell me what it opens with please?

 

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Right click properties on the icon and tell me what it opens with please?

 

 

I didn't have to right click on it to know what it opens with, because I already knew what it opened with. It opens with CyberLink's Power2Go.

 

The fact is, the window for the Roxio burn setup will open when you click on the .iso file after browsing for it, even it Roxio is not set to the default for .iso files.

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I didn't have to right click on it to know what it opens with, because I already knew what it opened with. It opens with CyberLink's Power2Go.

 

The fact is, the window for the Roxio burn setup will open when you click on the .iso file after browsing for it, even it Roxio is not set to the default for .iso files.

 

Ok, whatever you say............. :wacko:

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DG: you have another problem. All I did was double click on the burn from disc Image File and from the Select source window select the ISO file and the Setup window popped up.

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DG: you have another problem. All I did was double click on the burn from disc Image File and from the Select source window select the ISO file and the Setup window popped up.

 

I do?

 

Exactly what I showed you with pic's in post #2!

 

This is post # 25.... :lol:

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Ok, whatever you say............. :wacko:

 

What you're showing, with your combining of quotes, from two different posts, is not the same as clicking on the .iso file when you are in Creator Classic! Going to My Computer, and double clicking on an .iso file, as the OP did, will result in opening the .iso file with whatever program is associated with .iso files! :wacko:

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