Windows XP ISO Burning Tool

By Deane Barker on July 6, 2004

ISO Recorder Power Toy: Here’s a great little Windows tool if you burn ISOs to CDs a lot. Install it, and then right-click on any ISO file and select “Copy image to CD…” Pop in a CD, click finish, and the image is burned using the standard XP CD-burning utility.

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Comments

  1. This is a really handy peice of software that i use often to burn ISO’s, because its specificaly for ISO files you don’t need to mess around with any settings. Its simple to use, you simply right click on your ISO and click “copy to CD”

    More handy than a barrle of rusty monkeys :D

  2. First time I used it, it only burned the TOC to the disk, no files. When I looked at the disk in explorer, it listed all the files but nothing worked. When I clicked the “properties” for the disk, it said the ISO had taken up ~600mb of space, leaving ~640mb free. It’s a miracle, a CD with 1.25gig of space.

    That said, it seemed to work fine the second time I tried it.

  3. PERFECT, I JUST BURN A LUNIX DIST.
    LEFT CLICK ON FILE , BURN IMAGE…. THE ONLY BUG I SAW WAS THAT THE APP HAD TO BE CLOSE BY THE TASK MANAGER, A LITTLE DLL PROBLEM THAT CAN BE FIX IN THE NEST UPDATE, BUT FOR SURE I WILL WAIT FOR IT, MAKES ISO BURNING MORE EASY THAN SENDING A FILE TO ANOTHER PLACE IN YOUR HARD DRIVE

  4. Excellent! Just what I was looking for. Just burned a Knoppix distribution .iso without any problems whatsoever. The tools worked just fine!

  5. Thanks for the tip. It was exactly the software I needed for the task, and nothing more. No extra tray processes, no surprises, no ads, no cost.

    Wonderful!

  6. hello people! I have a question. so I wanna burn a DVD. I already have a DVDdecyripter, and nero. yet when I burn a DVD it either wont play on my DVD player or when I play it through my computer it has no sound. what do I do? and does it have something to do with AUDIOTS and VIDEOTS? and what is ISO. help. i’m clueless

  7. and what if I am not admin, if I don’t have my comp? then, there is no burning of ISO to CD for me…

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