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Creating an ISO with ImgBurn

Discussion in 'All Other Software' started by nmithani1, Jan 18, 2007.

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  1. nmithani1

    nmithani1 Thread Starter

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    I use ImgBurn 2.1.0.0 for burning cd's and dvd's; there is one problem though, I do not know how to create a proper image of a disc (a bootable image if the disc is bootable) using this software and I'm sure there is a way.
    If anyone could enlighten me.
     
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    nmithani1 Thread Starter

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    I browsed the forums, I'd done that before too, but am not entirely sure. Previously, I created an image of a bootable disc but when I burnt that image onto another cd, it wasn't bootable.

    I definitely wish to avoid DVDdecrypter... I want one software that can do everything apart from Nero. I'd use Prassi ONES but it creates images in it's own .di format and does not allow for .iso.
     
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    Well....if you already tried it and it didn't work, then, of course, you will probably want to try a different app.

    http://www.google.com/search?btnG=Google+Search&q=iso+burners
     
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