Burning in Windows 7 iso files and data (What better to use and what you prefer)

Discussion in 'Windows 7' started by jul12, Feb 20, 2014.

  1. jul12

    jul12 MDL Member

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    Hello,

    Windows 7 contains integrated isoburn.exe program, but when I need to write iso file in Windows 7 I want to ask what you all others prefer integrated isoburn.exe or other programs. What you use?
    On which speed isoburn.exe is writing CD-RW 700Mb 8x-12x media and DVD+R 16x 4.7Gb media?
    What you are preferring and recommending for others who is using Windows 7 or Windows 8?

    One problem is that using isoburn.exe you cannot set writing speed.


    Question is because my hobby is science and I am IT tester, enthusiast.

    Thanks.
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  2. Kamrul08

    Kamrul08 MDL Member

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    I use default settings for Windows 7 and 8.1 default isoburn soft. It disturbed me never. For Other burning tool I use 8x for DVD and 22x for CD. It is safest for the disk.
     
  3. mojaveron

    mojaveron MDL Novice

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    AnyBurn Portable Version, its free and reliable.
     
  4. glennaa

    glennaa MDL Novice

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    imgburn here too. most stable and reliable i tried.