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Burn Two Disk Iso or Mount with a Virtual Drive?


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#1 abrogard

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Posted 08 October 2017 - 05:30 AM

I have this old 6G software ISO on my hard drive and I wanted to burn it to disk.

 

Then I found I couldn't because it is 6G and only 4G per disk.

 

So I've been hunting around to find out how I do that with Imgburn.

 

But I just had a couple of thoughts:

 

. Maybe I burn it but when I go to install it won't install because the installer didn't expect the format it is now in?

 

.  Couldn't I mount it right there on the hard drive via a Virtual Drive and run it from there?

 

What would you guys who do this all the time recommend?



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Posted 08 October 2017 - 07:20 AM

Mount it.

If you want it on a disc, buy some double layer ones that it'll fit on just fine.
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Posted 08 October 2017 - 10:48 AM

 Hi..  thanks for the response.

 

 Yep, it was easier than I thought.  Win10 comes with its own virtual drive it seems, I discovered. 

 

I'd have to buy a drive, too, if I wanted to burn double layer disks.   I'm getting the feeling that drives are about done, though.

 

That means the day might come when I'll say goodbye to your wonderful prog I guess.  That'll be sad.

 

It will.

 

 regards,

 

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