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Burning ISO Image Files in Windows Vista

I was in a mad rush the other day to burn an ISO file of some computer software that I use quite often. I opened up my ISO folder, and went to burn, when suddenly I realized something: I hadn’t installed my copy of Roxio 7 since the move to Vista.

I looked briefly for the install CD’s, but to no avail. I’m sure it’s in some binder in my room, but my organizational skills are a little chaotic at the moment. Not being able to find it as fast as I wanted, I turned to Google.

Sure enough, I found what I needed (and quickly too).

Turns out, a guy named Alex Feinman has written a free little power toy that allows you to burn ISO’s to CD by simply right clicking on them and saying burn. No bulky software. No long load times. Just simple ISO to CD burning. I’m not sure if it handles DVD’s or not.

In any case: It works great! If your like me, and have just about all your software backed up to ISO, I highly recommend downloading this software here: http://isorecorder.alexfeinman.com/isorecorder.htm.
Oh hey, it works for Windows XP and 2003 as well!

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  • Kyle April 10, 2007, 1:34 am

    Wow, for once I've actually used something you've talked about. I was booting linux on a friend's comp and ran across it. A handy tool indeed.

  • Dan April 11, 2007, 8:41 pm

    Use a real operating system (read: EVERY operating system except Windows) that has ISO burning built in.