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Burn a CD or DVD from an ISO file on Windows-7?


When you want to burn a CD or DVD from an ISO file on your Windows-7 OS, insert an recordable CD, Blu‑ray, DVD, or  Disc into your disc burner.



Open the  Computer folder and select in Windows-7 file Explorer the ISO file, then use right mouse click  
and select "Burn disc image" (... see Image-1 Arrow-1)

See also:
... How can I create a Windows 7 universal DVD or ISO with all editions?
... Direct Download Windows 8.1 x64/x86 32/64 bit preview for testing!


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How to Burn a CD or DVD from an ISO file on  Windows-7
How to Burn a CD or DVD from an ISO file on Windows-7





Info:
The new disc has the same folders, files, and properties as the original disc. The most common way to get an ISO file is to download it from a website. For example, you might download and then use an ISO file to update software on your computer.


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Windows-7 Disc Image Burner and Verify disc after burning!
Windows-7 Disc Image Burner and Verify disc after burning!





FAQ 80: Updated on: January 23th 2014 22:20

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