Discussion in 'QnA (read only)' started by g_goyal2000, Feb 20, 2007.
Could any body tell me how can I burn any CD's image file/<clone> onto a DVD?
Why do you want to waste a dvd to burn a cd image?. Why not just put all the CD image onto a dvd and if you want to run the image. Use Alcohol 120% or 52% or daemon tools.
Do u want to put any video file in DVD so that it can run in DVD player?
Actually, that is a really good question.
Well, I was actually trying to find out that whether it's possible or not.
If it is, then plz post the solution.
I do use Alcohol 120%, Daemon Tools & few other emulators.
But all I wanted was to gain a little knowledge.
Ofcourse it is possible to burn a CD image to DVD. Use ImgBurn for that.
^^can we burn the image of a bootable CD to a DVD , so that DVD still remains bootable DVD???? i mean I have many CD iso images of various linux distros , I dont have CD RW , but i have DVD RW, can i burn the image of CD on this DVD RW and install linux from it ????
Well you can burn image to a bootable CD to a DVD. You are still going to waste space on dvd.
You need to burn each CD Iso Image. Each Linux Distro boots differently. It means you can copy all Linux Distro into one dvd. It wont work.
so we cant write many iso's (bootable) to dvd..
there must be some way...
You can do that for windows OS. But not for linux.
Ok, most of you probably know this by now that we can also use Nero 7 or Nero 8 to burn a CD image onto a DVD.
You can always extract all the files from the ISO using ISOBuster/MagicISO and write them on the DVD.
If any of the CDs is bootable, first extract the boot image from it using MagicISO and save it somewhere.
Then make a DVD ISO with whatever files you want on the DVD.
Load the Boot Image you saved using MagicISO.
Write the ISO on the DVD.
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