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Creating ISO's from CD/DVD in Windows 8.

Discussion in 'All Software Discussions' started by MrExplorer, Dec 8, 2012.

  1. MrExplorer

    MrExplorer Well-Known Member

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    Can anyone tell can windows 8 has feature to make an ISO image from CD/DVD if it has feature please tell me the method.
     
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    McLovin Well-Known Member

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    There are a couple of links:
    1. Link.
    2. Link.
     
  3. MrExplorer

    MrExplorer Well-Known Member

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    SIr i am asking if there is any inbuilt software in windows 8 which can make an image of CD/DVD
     
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    McLovin Well-Known Member

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    Well in that case "sir" I have no idea.
     
  5. exterminator20

    exterminator20 Giveaway and Hot Deals Expert MalwareTips Staff

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    You can create a bootable dvd using windows usb/dvd tool but to create and iso image you need 3rd party software such as Magic iso or Daemon Tools Lite
     
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    Thanx for the support i will imgburner
     
  7. Huracan

    Huracan Administrator MalwareTips Staff

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    I use InfraRecorder to create ISO images.

    - Available for 32-bit & 64-bit
    - Installer or Portable downloads
     
  8. Tom172

    Tom172 Regular Member

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    Windows 8 has native support for burning ISO images.

    Insert a blank CD/DVD, Right-click the ISO file you want to burn and select "Burn disk image"

    http://www.groovypost.com/howto/windows-7-burn-an-iso-image-to-disc/
     
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    I think the Unknown wants to create an iso image
     
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    Huracan Administrator MalwareTips Staff

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    So does Windows 7 [LINK], but the topic is about Creating ISOs from a CD/DVD. Seems to be easily confused. :lolz:
     
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    Ahh I see.
     
  12. MrExplorer

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    Yes you are right
     

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