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Can I burn Image to Hard Drive as a DVD


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#1 Cisco

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Posted 14 October 2011 - 04:40 PM

Just got the software with a download.
Can't see where it is possible to set destination drive as my hard drive.
I do not want to store the iso there, I actually want to recreate the DVD on the Hard Drive.
Used some software for this in the past, but can't remember what...and would like to try Image Burn for this.
Sorry, I can't see ans. in the archives or the FAQ...

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Posted 14 October 2011 - 05:02 PM

You can't 'burn' to a hard drive, that's the wrong term to use.

An ISO is an image of the disc. It's the only thing you can... in your terms... 'burn' to a hard drive.

Saying you don't want to store the ISO makes no sense to me.

If you don't want the ISO itself you must just be talking about copying the files off the disc - in which case you can just drag and drop via Explorer.
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