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Sunday, September 26, 2010

How to burn iso Image and copy a disc into your hard drive

Hie Friends,
How are you ? I hope you fine isA.
I will discus today a small issue that may not all of you aware of how to do...

What does that mean ? It is simply means an iso file located in your hard drive ( one of your partitions ), that file may be a OS iso or a game set up iso ...etc. And to use it you can run it by virtual drive, but what if that iso file is an OS ?! So you have to burn that iso to disc

There exists a lot of program that can burn that iso file. you can find shareware and freeware provides to you full functionality. I pick up for you cdBurnerxp ... you can download it for free from here

Also you may have a discand you want to copy one for you. What will you do? A simply Answer is coming by just open that disc and copy its contents and paste it any where on your hard drive :)
But what if that disc is an OS one or and auto-play disc?! That will not be the same if it just copy and paste content :D

Simply the Answer you can use a function called Copy Disc and save it either as iso file on your machine or burn it to another empty disc. And we will use too cdburnerxp for that job.

After downloaded the program, just install it.

Let's start with Burning iso image to disc

1. Open the program.

2. Click on Burn ISO image. A window should appears.

3. Select the ISO file you want to burn.

- If you burn an OS disc, it is better to burn it as slow as you can.
- As you seen, we can select either " Verify data after burning " or not, but it is preferred to select when you burn important data or an OS disc.
- It is better to select finalize disc when you burn ISO image.

4. Simply click on Burn disc.

Copy Disc to ISO file on your hard drive or to another empty disc

1. Open the program.

2. Click on Copy or grab disc. A window should appears.

NOTE: Either select your target on Hard drive ( save as ISO ) or on empty disc.

3.  Select the location you want to save ISO file.

4. Simply click on Copy disc.

If you have any questions, I will be glad to assist you :D
See you,

Monday, September 20, 2010

New Template

Hie Friends,In this post I wanna you tell me about your opinion in the new interface (Template) and this new-look :) and also your feedback is important. :)
Till now this is a version beta, I am still working on the blog to do the best I can en sha2 allaha