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Tutorial on how to burn an ISO image
Burn like the cafeteria ladies do (but faster)
By Wldkos


4) You will be prompted with a window like this:



Select ISO


You should choose the first cd, since that is the one that you really need.

5) The next window should look like this, and you should make sure everything looks cool, since no one likes cd's to become drink coasters.



Ready to burn


6) This is just too easy, and I hope you feel the same. Obviously if you have burned a cd before, this is the window that appears and depending on the speed of your burner, it should take no longer than 10 minutes.



Burn CD


7) All you need to do is repeat the process if the cd is burned correctly, for the 2 remaining cd's and then you should be able to install you spanking new distro!



Success


Now, that's for burning an ISO in Windows, go to the next page to learn how to burn an ISO in Linux.





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Posted by forkart on December 12th 2006 (04:26)
On Windows , I recommend you to use magiciso to burn iso file. It does a good job.
http://www.magiciso.com/tutorials/miso-burniso.htm

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Posted by Triangle on November 11th 2006 (13:59)
Hi,

I would like to recommend you to use ISO-burner tool. This is a small yet reliable and very easy to use soft. It performs the operation in just a few clicks.
http://www.ntfs.com/iso-burning.htm

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Posted by Stephmo on March 03th 2005 (13:28)
It worked. Now I just need to install it completely. I'll reply tomorrow. Thanks for the help. smile.gif
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Posted by Red Squirrel on March 03th 2005 (13:06)
I just thought of something, do you have your computer set to hide file extensions?

Go to "my computer" (or any folder) and go to tools/folder options/view and make sure the checkbox for "hide extentions for known file types" is off.

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Posted by Stephmo on March 03th 2005 (13:00)
QUOTE (Red Squirrel @ Mar 20 2005, 01:57 PM)
if you rename it to .iso you should be safe.

banghead.gif D'oh! Maybe it will work anyway....

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