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How To Burn an Image/ISO file using ImgBurn

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OK, well I decided to do my own how-to. It is how to burn an image/iso file using a program called ImgBurn.

How To Burn an Image/ISO file using ImgBurn

ImgBurn is a small (under 2MB), fully functioning, 100% free program for burning image files to CD. It supports a wide range of disc image formats including .img, .cdr, .dvd, .bin, .nrg and of course the most common type of image file the .iso.

Installing ImgBurn:
  • Download ImgBurn from the ImgBurn Website and save the file to your desktop. You can download it from any of the mirrors on that page.
  • Double-Click SetupImgBurn_XXXX.exe (where XXXX is the version number).
  • Click Next.
  • Select the type of install (I always leave it at Full) and Click Next.
  • Select the installation location (Most leave it as the default location) and click Next.
  • If you want to change the Start Menu location do it here, then Click Install.
  • As it installs a message will come up asking if you would like ImgBurn to periodically check for updates. Select Yes
  • Click Finish

How to Burn an Image File in ImgBurn:
  • Run the ImgBurn Program.
  • Insert a blank disc into your burner
  • Click on Write Image File to Disc.
  • At the top where it says Source: Please select a file... Click on the Fodler with a magnifying glass.
  • Browse to the location of the image file.
  • Select the Image File and click open
  • Click the burn button (the button at the bottom with the File and CD on it.)
  • Let it burn and verify.

That's it!!! You should now have successfully burned an image file to a disc.
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