Extracting and using .iso image files to create a CD-ROM disc - Servers and IntelliStation
An .iso file is a single large CD image file that represents a whole set of programs and data as they will appear once extracted and burned onto a CD-ROM disc. The entire CD image is stored in the ISO 9660 format with a file extension of ".iso". To be used, the .iso file must be first extracted and burned onto a CD-ROM disc using the software that came with your CD-ROM burner.
* Note: The instructions above are for use with the Adaptec Easy CD Creator software. Please refer to the instructions that came with the software utility for your CD burner to learn how to create a CD-ROM from an .iso disc image file. Not all CD images are bootable.
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