I've got an ISO of a Dell Inspiron Win7 HomePremium64bit DVD and it's 5.74 GB (6,170,824,704 bytes) in size. I don't have a dual layer DVD drive and wondered if I can extract the files and delete part of it to make a standard 4.7 Gig or less ISO to fit on a standard DVD. When extracted the file sizes are: boot folder is :15.8 Meg efi folder is :15.3 Meg language packs folder is :1.36 Gig. sources folder is :4.27 Gig support folder is :32.2 Meg upgrade folder is :40.1 Meg The rest: autorun, bootmgr, bootmgr.efi and setup come to 1.11 Meg. If it is possible, what's the best way to do it? Thanks for any suggestions/ideas.