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    How can I burn an 8.5GB iso

    Is there a way to burn it to multiple disks or create a phantom drive?

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    You could install something like Poweriso/daemontools to create a virtual drive to mount this iso into.

    It's a bit bigger than a normal image but sometimes windows does make these values up so if it came from a reputable source it may burn onto a dual layer dvdr.

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    I've only got a single layer burner so it will need to be a phantom drive.

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    whats is the iso?

    you could use poweriso or other utill to extract the files then split the files into managable chunks.


    im sure you could mount the iso using demon tools or poweriso if its an install

    is it a game or a bluray?

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    It's a compilation of games. I'll give poweris a go.

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    7-zip can often extract ISOs too if that's of any use to you?

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    win rar will extract the files from an iso

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    Extract Now also extracts ISO Images

    ExtractNow - Extract multiple archives easily

    James.

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    Quote Originally Posted by EduTech View Post
    Extract Now also extracts ISO Images

    ExtractNow - Extract multiple archives easily

    James.
    Well that did what it said on the tin. Thanks again.

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