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Thread: Iso files onto dvd-rw?

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    I have a collection of iso files and was wondering is it possible to put all of these files onto one cd instead of separare cds. I intend to use a dvd-rw cd. If so how do i do it.

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    Nero>Burn Data DVD

    Or whatever DVD program you have.

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    Quote Originally Posted by orcutt989
    Nero>Burn Data DVD

    Or whatever DVD program you have.

    Yes, however remember these ISO files will not auto boot up.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Flametongue
    I have a collection of iso files and was wondering is it possible to put all of these files onto one cd instead of separare cds. I intend to use a dvd-rw cd. If so how do i do it.

    Cheers
    You can save the iso images on a DVD-RW but they would only be a backup. You may as well just burn them directly to CD-R.

    Btw. A DVD is a DVD and a CD is a CD. A DVD isn't a CD.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Virtualbody1234

    A DVD is a DVD and a CD is a CD. A DVD isn't a CD.
    lol oops

  6. Software & Hardware   -   #6
    Ok. I have downloaded 4 iso files. Now instead of using 4 cds i used a dvd-rw and used a program called Copy to DVD to write the iso files onto the dvd (thus saving cd's). Now when i put the dvd into the dvd rom drive to run it, i doubled clicked on cd1 first then later on the rest of the files but none of the files opened. They were still in their iso format and everytime i clicked on one of them the copy to dvd program opened asking me to write it onto dvd but i already did that. Can anyone help me.

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  7. Software & Hardware   -   #7
    Like we said the files will not auto run. You will need to mount the ISO files with Daemon Tools, also get Nero to do your burning.


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