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Burning an image file to cd

Q: Burning an image file to cd

I have one pc that I think has memory problems. To check, I downloaded memtest86. My stripped down Nero does not allow me to burn an image file to make it a bootable cd. It was suggested that I use image burn. I downloaded that but not I have no idea of how to proceed so that I end up with a bootable cd that will run the memtest software. Instructions would be greatly appreciated.

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Preferred Solution: Burning an image file to cd

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A: Burning an image file to cd

I think the free "ISO Recorder 2" from http://isorecorder.alexfeinman.com/isorecorder.htm would be great for you, it lets you right-click any ISO file and select "Copy image to CD". You can find instructions here.

If you need a more complete free package visit http://www.makeuseof.com/tag/the-best-free-alternatives-to-nero-cddvd-burner/.

http://www.techspot.com/community/topics/burning-an-image-file-to-cd.126678/
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Should I try to convert from .exe to ISO? My burner converts .bin to ISO -- should I convert the .exe to .bin? Is this possible?

Not sure how to proceed -- advice appreciated.
 

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Hi all,
I can create ISO image files using NERO or InfraRecorder. I can easily burn the ISO image into a CD or DVD. What I like to do is burning the ISO image into a file on my HDD thereby bring back the entire file structure to the original from from which the ISO image was creared in the first place.
Searching thru NERO & InfraRecorder I have not been able to do this, or am I missing something here. Are there other softwares that can do this.
Any help is very much appreciated.

SR
 

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Hello all,
I can create ISO image files using NERO or InfraRecorder. I can easily burn the ISO image into a CD or DVD. What I like to do is burning the ISO image into a file on my HDD thereby bring back the entire file structure to the original from from which the ISO image was creared in the first place.
Searching thru NERO & InfraRecorder I have not been able to do this, or am I missing something here. Are there other softwares that can do this.
Any help is very much appreciated.

SR
 

A:Burning ISO image into a file on HDD rather than a CD

You can use any virtual DVD-ROM program like Nero ImageDrive or Daemon Tools or Alcohol or whatever to "mount" the ISO image.

Also, many archival tools like WinRAR can open ISO files.
 

http://www.techspot.com/community/topics/burning-iso-image-into-a-file-on-hdd-rather-than-a-cd.89473/
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Is it possible to burn zip files or other files with iso image on same DVD, so can get all the files on one dvd and the iso burn image to work ?

If so, what is the best way to burn it using Nero Rom Burn ? -

Cd-rom iso

cd-rom (udf)

cd-rom (udf/iso)


And is there a way to add two nrg file images into one DVD ?
Instead of extracting 2 *.dat video files from the file and burning them as DVD video to
save time.

Thank you.

A:Burning zip file with iso image on same DVD

you can add drivers to a ISO file,what is in the zipped files?

what are you using to burn the ISO

http://www.techsupportforum.com/forums/f10/burning-zip-file-with-iso-image-on-same-dvd-564289.html
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EDIT: The game is Starcraft and Starcraft: Broodwar if anyone cares

Well thanks in advance,
Ed
 

A:CD image file burning question

I prefer Acronis True Image to make an image of the game.
It's possible to burn it to a DVD.And it'very reliable and easy to use.
 

https://forums.techguy.org/threads/cd-image-file-burning-question.633250/
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hi.. i was trying to burn an Image file but the burining process failed..

I tried using Nero as well as with Image burn software

here are the log files:
[ATTACH]Logfie of Nero[/ATTACH]

[ATTACH]logfile with image burn[/ATTACH]


i tried also anpther DVD bt it gives same error..

A:Image file burning problem

Where did download the ISO file from?

http://www.sevenforums.com/hardware-devices/160267-image-file-burning-problem.html
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A:Burning iso image to DVD

No. "Sending" the file to the disc simply burns the file as data. If you view the disc contents, you will see the ISO image just like it was on your HDD.

To create a bootable disc, you need to actually burn the ISO to disc (assuming the ISO you are burning is a bootable image).

Use IMGBurn to burn the ISO. It's very highly rated and free. IMGBurn will check for you, but ensure you are trying to burn a dvd iso. Most burning apps won't let you burn a CD ISO to DVD.
 

https://forums.techguy.org/threads/burning-iso-image-to-dvd.1149003/
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I use Windows ME. /Sony Power burner./Nero 5.5.
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what in the heck does that mean?!?! thanx for any help.

A:CD image burning

ok new problem my cousin ignored the problem and it burned fine. he opened the windows explorer and there was nothing on the CD! anyone wanna take up the case?

hes got a P4 2.4, 512 mb RAM, 128 ATI Radeon 9200 he cant remember what type of mobo tho hes got XP pro SP1

hes using the Ahead Nero burnin software version 5.5.9.24

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A:Image Burning?

Try using MagicISO to convert your .CUE/.bin files to .ISO and burn it with MagicISO also, or DVD Decrypter.

http://www.bleepingcomputer.com/forums/t/96001/image-burning/
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A:Image Burning Help

What are the files you want to add on? Why not use another CD or DVD?

http://www.sevenforums.com/general-discussion/307718-image-burning-help.html
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A:Burning ISO image to DVD

Is your drive a DVD/RW drive, or just a CD-RW drive?
 

https://forums.techguy.org/threads/burning-iso-image-to-dvd.586867/
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THANKS in advance!!
 

A:.ISO image burning HELP!!

How To Write ISO Files To CD

Free ISO burning apps:

Standalone ISO Burner (Be sure to check the "Finalize" box.)
[email protected] ISO Burner
EasyISO
BurnISO
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https://forums.techguy.org/threads/iso-image-burning-help.735389/
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A:Burning back up image

Do you mean 1.4gb?
 

https://forums.techguy.org/threads/burning-back-up-image.88026/
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A:msdn cd 1 & 2 cd image burning

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A:Slow Image Burning

Hi Nick. Welcome to BC? Am not sure what you are trying to burn, but that is ridiculous. Try the free IMGBURN. Select MODE/Build to make an ISO and MODE/WRITE to burn it. Takes a few minutes, and the same to verify.http://www.imgburn.com/I wouldn't bother using anything else.Cheers

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A:Image Burning Problems!!!!

Hello hatred

I would personally recommend

[email protected] burner





Virtual Clone






CD Burner





Infrarecorder




Regards




Craig

http://www.techsupportforum.com/forums/f217/image-burning-problems-236828.html
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A:Nero Image Burning error

try using cloneCD. you can download it
 

https://forums.techguy.org/threads/nero-image-burning-error.216351/
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A:Solved: No sound after burning a ISO image to dvd?

Never heard of that app.

Start over with DVD Flick (free and decent) and see what happens.
 

https://forums.techguy.org/threads/solved-no-sound-after-burning-a-iso-image-to-dvd.770011/
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A:Problem burning cds/dvds. image related?

Disk image insofar as the write process is not writing leadins and leadouts?
 

http://www.techspot.com/community/topics/problem-burning-cds-dvds-image-related.92313/
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A:Windows 7 Disc Image Burning Tool

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https://forums.techguy.org/threads/windows-7-disc-image-burning-tool.934704/
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A:ISO disc image burning always displaying Error Code: 0x80004005

There are 3 points of failure: The burning program, the disks, the burner.

You test to see if you get the same error using a different burning program (check).
You test to see if you get the same error using different media (check).
You test by using a different optical drive.

Optical drives are cheap (both meanings) and the heads can be knocked out of alignment too easily. Once that happens there is little to no chance of repairing it. It is just easier to get a new drive.

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Hello dbrown4400 and welcome to TSF!

Silly Question, but is the monitor/TV you are using 3D?

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Check out this thread: http://www.techspot.com/vb/topic77575.html
 

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https://forums.techguy.org/threads/burning-avi-file-to-a-dvd.735356/
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NObody gonna answer that question.. sounds illegal..
 

https://forums.techguy.org/threads/burning-a-bin-file-to-cd.436313/
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https://forums.techguy.org/threads/burning-img-file-to-dvd.271532/
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https://forums.techguy.org/threads/burning-a-dvd-from-a-vob-file.853337/
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https://forums.techguy.org/threads/burning-a-file-using-2-cds.590075/
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Nero 6 Ultra Edition, http://www.nero.com

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https://forums.techguy.org/threads/asf-file-burning-please-help.220968/
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OK

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http://www.techspot.com/community/topics/burning-bin-file-on-to-dvd.64638/
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A

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A:Burning iso file

Hello,

I don't mean to be rude at all, and you may not have done this, but you must copy the contents of the .iso to the disk, not the .iso itself. If you don't know how to burn an .iso, I would recommend using the free 7-Zip: Download

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You need to provide more details.

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https://forums.techguy.org/threads/burning-avi-file-no-audio.600415/
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https://forums.techguy.org/threads/problem-burning-file-to-4-7gb-sl-dvd.792538/
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Try the free (and popular) Imgburn program. I've used that several times to make iso discs, such as Windows install discs.

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If you have WinRAR, you can compress your archive file to a RAR archive and split it to 600MB segments, each of which could be burned on a separate CD...

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https://forums.techguy.org/threads/1-8gb-file-burning-problem.308783/
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https://forums.techguy.org/threads/file-formats-for-burning.379421/
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http://www.techsupportforum.com/forums/f10/playing-and-burning-mv-file-577409.html
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Burn it as a data CD so your burning software doesn't try to turn
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https://forums.techguy.org/threads/burning-cds-file-sizes.790957/
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the .DMG is a means to MOUNT an image, which normally is not required.

put the software/files on the CD or DVD and then insert to the mac.

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http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/thumb/9/99/Hexagon.svg/693px-Hexagon.svg.png
 

http://www.bleepingcomputer.com/forums/t/527811/idk-what-happened-is-this-file-a-virus-svg-image-file/
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Hello, this is my first post here so pardon me. i have a problem when burning files to a dvd using the live file system. When burning the files over halfway through the application freezes; it wont continue, eject, or cancel. when it finally ejects and i insert the dvd again the files are all there but i cant move, add, or delete them. when i try to do these things the following errors come up: "there is not enough space on DVD...#MB is needed to recycle." it also gives me the option to just delete or cancel but when i press delete the same error comes up. I dont know what is causing this to happen, any ideas would be much appreciated.
 

A:When burning file to dvd, the application freezes

The Live File System is a packet writing method of creating discs and is unreliable, I wouldn't use that method. Do you have some other burning software like Nero or Roxio on your PC? If so use that.

What kind of files are you trying to burn to disc? Are you making a video disc or something else?
 

https://forums.techguy.org/threads/when-burning-file-to-dvd-the-application-freezes.913036/
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A:burning in live file systems

What software are you using for burning discs? What version of Windows? The Windows XP CD Burning Wizard doesn't support DVD discs.
 

https://forums.techguy.org/threads/burning-in-live-file-systems.785548/
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I created a slideshow using Windows Movie Maker and saved it to my computer so I could view it with Windows Media Player It saved as a wmv file I a a disc wmv with containing file nero burning then opened burning a disc with nero containing a wmv file Nero to burn it to a cd I followed the instructions NeroVision Express to create a video cd Imported the video and tested it and it played fine just like I had recorded it with the fade ins and outs etc I followed the next steps which was basically just creating a title and was taken to the review page right before burning the disc When I review it at this point it plays the movie but the transitions aforementioned fade ins and ease ins and outs of the pictures no longer work I did not change anything at all on the burning a disc with nero containing a wmv file video just added the title Can anyone tell me what has happened please This is quite frustrating My os is Windows XP by the way if that matters nbsp

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My Regards,

Trina a.k.a tdb

A:Burning a Cd: see file on Cd (E:drive) but.. can't access

OK, I think I kinda know why the Cd may not be "working".

From E:\puppy-4.00-k2.6.21.7 seamonkey (2) iso.

To E:\TSSTcorp CDDVDW TS-L63 2N 0503

Anything special about ISO files? Do I need additional burning software?Thanks

My Regards,
Trina a.k.a. tdb

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A:problem burning large file on a dvd !

That's a Mac OS ! This is a Windows 7 Forum! Try you question on the Mac Forum1

http://www.sevenforums.com/general-discussion/276627-problem-burning-large-file-dvd.html
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I have recently created a video on Showbiz and want to burn it to a DVD in my DVD-Rom drive. I went out and bought DVD+R's and when I go into Showbiz My DVD and create the DVD folder, the burn DVD option is always grayed out. Why? Is there another program I can use to burn this show onto a DVD?

Thanks.
 

A:HELP!!! Having problems burning a Showbiz dvd file onto a DVD

Showbiz DVD burning problem

Try uninstalling your DVD burner by opening start/settings/control panel/administrative tools/computer management/device manager and DVD/CD-ROM drives. Right click on the name of your drive and click on uninstall. Recheck the above path to verify that the drive no longer appears. Then exit and restart your computer. Check the above path to verify that the drive now appears. This should solve your problem. Apparently when Showbiz is installed it somehow corrupts the path to the burner. Hope this helps.
 

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A:File system to use when burning a data DVD

UDF requires a UDF file system driver to view the contents. Most modern OS's can do it, but not all.

The most common file system that is most compatible is probably the ISO9660 with the Joliet extensions. Microsoft uses both file systems simultaneously on their media to expand compatibility. But they use UDF 1.02 for reasons beyond me. However, that UDF version seems to be preferred by others as well, so there must be some logic to it.

Most burning software will allow you to use both at the same time.
 

https://forums.techguy.org/threads/file-system-to-use-when-burning-a-data-dvd.978290/
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When I drag the files onto the disc, I get this error:
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My C and D drives only have about 4GB free each, so Windows must be trying to use one of those to store the temporary files before they're burned. But my E drive has about 40GB free. How do I get Windows to use that drive instead?

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A:CD burning - file system problem

In the absence of any comments from anyone else, it might help others if I add some more on this in the light of further experience and research.

1. Windows 7 Help goes into some detail about Live File System (LFS) and the various versions of UDF that are available. What it doesn't explain is that the Mastered file system in the Windows CD burner is not the same as it was in XP. That was defined by Windows as CDFS, and as far as I can tell, was a version of ISO 9660. However, a CD recorded using the Mastered option in Windows 7 seems to be a hybrid of ISO 9660 (CDFS) and UDF (presumably the default 2.01 version): such CDs are identified by Windows XP and higher as UDF, but a disc burning application which doesn't support UDF 2.01 or higher identifies the file system as ISO 9660. Burning to blank discs in CDFS only appears not to be possible with the Windows 7 burner.

(I have found that some 3rd party burning applications have problems erasing CD-RWs recorded using the Windows 7 Mastered option. I invariably get an application hang if I try this, and I suspect this may be due to an incompatibility with UDF 2.01.)

2. I still don't really know what caused the bad block errors etc. It happened with two separate burnings of the same data on to two discs, which were both relatively new but had been successfully recorded to and erased on 3-4 occasions using 3rd party software in CDFS format. I had also used exactly the same type of disc without problem for at least two years, on an XP machine. Thus I had assumed the errors were caused by the Windows 7 burning process, particularly as it seemed to be recording in the wrong file system.

However, I have since used the Mastered option in the Windows burner to twice record approximately the same data to an identical disc without any errors. So either the Windows 7 burner is inconsistent, or something else was causing the errors on these discs. One possibility may be that we were experiencing exceptionally high humidity (up to about 79%) around the time I was reading them. So I'm still unsure on this, and it's possible that the errors were in the reading rather than the writing.

http://www.sevenforums.com/general-discussion/104982-cd-burning-file-system-problem.html
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I try burning Mp4 file using DVDflick.

I get a message pop up saying it needs to be resampled and it has more than 2 channels.




What should I do to make it encode to a dvd video with DVD Flick ?
It wouldn't accept my file to encode it to dvd video.


Thanks

A:[SOLVED] Burning Mp4 file using DVDflick

This may well work WinX DVD Author - Free DVD Creator, Free DVD Burner Software

http://www.techsupportforum.com/forums/f217/solved-burning-mp4-file-using-dvdflick-962545.html
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Without using any Nero or file burning software, can Windows XP itself supports simple file copying to disc. Not that I know of, but i have a user who can do these.

1. select a file, right click and press SEND TO the burner
2. simply copy and paste the file to the burner
3. reopen a file on a disc, edit it, and then can save it back onto the disc.

Strange, anyone welcome to comment. Thanks.