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Writing ISO files to disk

By bob ·
I have the Microsoft Memory Diagnostic tool, but it comes in the form of an .iso file.
How do you transfer this .iso file to disk as a usable application?
I am using NTI-CD as my burning software, but have Nero 6 on disk if it is more useful for this purpose.
Windows XP, SP2

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by HAL 9000 Moderator In reply to Writing ISO files to disk

Open Nero Burning Rom and chose the ISO File and then burn it to a CD. If I remember correctly that is the way to convert a ISO Image to a usable CD in Nero.

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by cmiller5400 In reply to Writing ISO files to disk

HAL 9000 is correct as usual.

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by wcp In reply to Writing ISO files to disk

My Nero?s (Nero Express) version is

All you have to do is to click on a symbol with two CDs (Copy and Backup) and choose Burn Image to Disc. Select the ISO file and burn it.

The CD is bootable.
Make sure the boot sequence in BIOS is set to your CD-ROM or other optical drives first.

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by tpopoff In reply to Writing ISO files to disk

WinISO will allow you to open the ISO like a zip file and you can then extract the files to a floppy or like media.

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by brudab In reply to Writing ISO files to disk

Open Nero. Cancel the CD Burning Wizard if it opens.
On the menu bar click Recorder --> Burn image. In the window that opens, browse to the iso image and select it.

From there it's straighforward to finish.

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