IMPORTANT: Burning .iso to DVD

Discussion in 'Windows 7 Help and Support' started by Steve Sanford, Jan 21, 2009.

  1. Steve Sanford

    Steve Sanford New Member

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    I'm convinced all the previous problems with faulty install of 64bit version W7 were because of a faulty burning program, Roxio 9, which states "verified", but disc is corrupted.
    PLEASE use CD BurnerXP which is free, fast, simple, rapid and reliable!!!

    Install of 64bit vrsion now working correctly
     
  2. Hidavi

    Hidavi New Member

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    I used Nero 8.
     
  3. Rex

    Rex New Member

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    I used ImgBurn
     
  4. Chuts

    Chuts New Member

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    Roxio seems to be causing more and more incompatibilites - similar to an antivirus program which shall remain nameless, :) . A few weeks ago I came across a system where the optical drive disappeared from My Computer. Another tech said to uninstall Roxio .. that cured it. Was a new one on me. :cool:
     
  5. Hidavi

    Hidavi New Member

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    It seems to me like Windows 7 just doesn't like virtual drives. The only one that hasn't caused a problem for me is Gdrive.
     
  6. Radenight

    Radenight New Member

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    I also used Nero 8 to burn both the 32 bit and 64 bit versions of Win 7 and had no problems with either disc.. I used Roxio a long time ago (probably 4 years ago now) and hated it from the second I finished installing it.. I've never had any problems with Nero though.. ;)
     
  7. Steve Sanford

    Steve Sanford New Member

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    I used ImgBurn with a tayo yuden disc and burned it at 4x which is the slowest these disc's allow.
    I had no problems with the install at all.
     

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