That's how big your image is and so that's what was burnt to the disc.
I see the hard drive is only using FAT32 rather than NTFS for the file system.
If you look in the log you'll see these messages
So I suspect that whatever program made the ISO simply didn't account for you using FAT32 and it not being able to create a file > 4GB in size - which is what a DVD image would normally be.
Unless you have a specific reason not to, you should convert them both to NTFS.
Just look in the XP help for how to do that.
(Basically you run the line 'convert c: /fs:ntfs' from the command prompt window, followed by 'convert d: /fs:ntfs')
hi there, i was reading your forum and wondered if you could help me? i'm trying to convert my d: drive from fat32 to ntfs but i dont seem to be able to. For many weeks now iv been trying to burn dvds but with no success, then i read what u wrote about converting my drives, so i'm desparately hoping that this will work, can u please please please help me to work out where i'm going wrong. thanx