This will have to be burned as an iso image. If you do not have software capable of burning iso images, ImgBurn is a free application that can burn them for you.
It's becoming quite obvious that Windows doesn't want to do the partitioning...
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You don't burn it as a data file because it won't be bootable then and you don't open it in windows.
I realize it is an "iso" file but after sending it to Nero to burn as a data disc I still am seeing the same extracted folder.
Am I doing something wrong here?
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