Hi! I have a problem storing ISO images on a usb flash disk.
I travel a lot and my work takes me to places with little or no internet access. I use whatever computers are at hand. I carry my software as ISO images on a usb stick and install it on the computer available when on site.
I use a 128 GB flash drive formatted to FAT32. This formatting enables me to use it on Android tablet and phone. My question is: how to I make ISO images of software where the ISO file size exceeds the 4GB limit of FAT32? I've used imgburn to make an ISO image, splitting the file into components of less than 4GB. These are stored on the flash disk as program.i01, program.i02 etc and program.mds.
I want to be able to combine the components back into one single ISO file on the hard disk of the computer I'm using. Then I can mount that ISO file and install the software. I rarely have access to a dvd burner so I'm limited to writing the ISO file to a hard disk.
I tried 'create image file from disk' but that requires a disk as source and not an ISO file. I tried 'write image file to disk' but that requires a dvd burner as destination rather than ISO file. 'Build' requires files not ISO images
Any suggestions? Thanks in advance