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Sucsessfull Burn But Does not Show Up ISO*

Discussion in 'Multimedia' started by gloryninja, Feb 7, 2007.

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  1. gloryninja

    gloryninja Thread Starter

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    argh this is what ennoys me so much! i burnt an ISO sucessfully but after ejecting and putting in the cd back the cdd is blank but is not writable no more!

    i need help asap!
     
  2. cwwozniak

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    Might be kinda difficult for someone to help if they don't even know what software you were using to "sucessfully" burn an ISO file to a CD. It does not sound like it was successful if the disc is showing as being empty.

    What was the source of the ISO file and how big was it? Did you save the ISO file to the blank CD or did you create a CD from an ISO file. Saving to a disc and creating a disc will give you two totally different results.
     
  3. JohnWill

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    It would also help to know what application you used to burn the ISO file, since the native XP burning capability doesn't handle ISO files.
     
  4. gloryninja

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    i use magic iso
     
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    Sorry to say I have never used magic iso. Maybe somebody else at TSG is familiar with the program.
     
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    I use UltraISO, but for burning them, I normally just use Nero.
     
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