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    I have No Man's Land on my HDD (2 ISO's) and the second ISO is about 500 MB and the CD has 700 MB, so I have a few MB's left and I want to burn some other files on the free space (I'm using Alcohol 120%)

    Is that possible and if so, how ??


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    Please help ! :helpsmile:


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    Get a program like WinISO, UltraISO (the one I use), or Isobuster.

    You can then edit the ISO and add files at your please

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    use a program like winISO to extract the files from the iso to your hard drive then burn them and the other files u wanted to a cd like u were burning a data cd.

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    Originally posted by DWk@21 January 2004 - 03:57
    Get a program like WinISO, UltraISO (the one I use), or Isobuster.

    You can then edit the ISO and add files at your please
    Thanks.WinISO helped. I have just added two more folders to the ISO and saved, and then nurned.Works perfectly B)


  6. Software & Hardware   -   #6
    Hello,

    I suppose ISO-burner tool can help. This small free tool can easy burn ISOs. As it never failed me before I suppose you can try it out tool. The tool is extremely easy to use
    http://www.ntfs.com/iso-burning.htm

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    he obviously solved the problem, almost three years ago. what's the point of bumping something that old?

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