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    Ok, so I downloaded the same Brothers in Arms file that Gam3guy posted here. The file is an ISO. From reading a few tutorials, I think I need to open it in in ISOBuster, but why? What do I do there? What's ISOBuster really for? Their site says it's used to recover data from damaged cd's and dvd's...

    Do I just burn the ISO onto a dvd just as I would a movie or something, or do I have to do this "mounting" thing I've heard about?

    I need some serious step by step help here.



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    what are you using, if nero, open up nero buring rom, close the new compilation wizard, click the recorder pull down menu, click burn image, choose the image file, click burn, and your done.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Skizo
    Ok, so I downloaded the same Brothers in Arms file that Gam3guy posted here. The file is an ISO. From reading a few tutorials, I think I need to open it in in ISOBuster, but why? What do I do there? What's ISOBuster really for? Their site says it's used to recover data from damaged cd's and dvd's...

    Do I just burn the ISO onto a dvd just as I would a movie or something, or do I have to do this "mounting" thing I've heard about?

    I need some serious step by step help here.
    ISO buster is for editing/repairing ISO images
    http://www.smart-projects.net/isobuster/

    the mounting of the image should just be optional,
    i.e. to verify the image before you burn it

    post the full .nfo (minus any serials that may be in it)

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    I would open the ISO with virtual drive, then burn straight to DVD.

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