Any software can support and burn ISO-13346

Discussion in 'Windows 7' started by blackranger, Dec 31, 2009.

  1. blackranger

    blackranger MDL Senior Member

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    #1 blackranger, Dec 31, 2009
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    Hello,

    I have a Windows 7 RTM copy but it is in ISO-13346 format (it is a must).

    I'm thinking which software can support and burn ISO-13346.

    My computer have already installed ImgBurn & Alcohol.

    But after burning Windows 7 in ISO-9660 format, it seems to be non-bootable for my computer. For you, your comp should run the DVD copy smoothly (as it is new & have more compatibility, support).

    I am thinking the causes of this problem.

    Does anyone think that it is a hardware problem? Actually my comp is a bit old, so maybe unsupportable problem occurs and cause my Win7 doesn't be bootable for my comp.
    Does anyone think that I should use any other software to burn my Win7 ?
    Maybe Nero? Or Roxio? Do they support ISO-13346 ?

    Thanks for thinking about my problem. Any comments are appreciated.:)
     
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  2. footgay

    footgay MDL Member

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    Why don't you just mount the image using alcohol or daemon tools and making a copy of that using ISO-9660 format via alcohol?
    Happy New Year(at least in my country), just back from my party and I need to sleep now T.T
     
  3. Myrrh

    Myrrh MDL Expert

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    Maybe you just need a newer DVD drive? What kind of computer is it?
     
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  4. Rosco

    Rosco MDL Addicted

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    Try USB key - there are links to tools to make bootable USB. Or Try another download.
     
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  5. blackranger

    blackranger MDL Senior Member

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    Thanks, maybe I should have a new DVD drive for the new year!:D:D:D
     
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  6. urie

    urie Moderator
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    Im thinking if machine is really that old it could be USB 1.0, also some older machines need the boot info from vista dvd to boot windows 7:)
     
  7. khonsuay

    khonsuay MDL Novice

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    rep#2 should work.