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Re: [vox] Burning .iso images under Windows


On Mon, 28 Mar 2005 20:12:54 -0800, Marc Elliot Hall <marc@hallmarc.net> wrote:
> My Dell Inspiron laptop has finally bitten the dust; as this was my
> mobile Linux platform, I'm now attempting to install Debian Sarge on a
> *new* laptop (Averatec 3150, for the curious). It came with Windows XP
> Home preinstalled, and I'm using it to download the Debian sarge .iso
> images under jigdo.
> However, Windows XP's built-in CD burning utility is not capable of
> burning a full .iso image as-is; it wants to burn it as a file, not a
> disk image.
> Having already paid the Windows tax for this device, I'm not interested
> in spending more on disk-burning software. Does anyone have suggestions
> for freely-available programs capable of burning .iso images to CD under
> Windows?
> --
> Marc Elliot Hall
> P.O. Box 435
> Shingle Springs, CA 95682
> www.hallmarc.net
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