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I think you would find "Burn CD Image" under a menu item called "Recorder". Just check that out, dont remember Nero...................... long time since i ditched windows
Edit: The above instructions were for Nero Burning Rom, why dont you switch to it from Nero Express, that button would be there somewhere(One with the burning colloseum).
Edit2: Otherwise you can download MagicISO. Its about 2.3 MB and wont hurt your connection. I have seen lots of ppl recommending it(but i havent used it myself). But as usual, like everything downloaded in windows, check for virii, malware, adware, spyware and the lot.
Originally posted by colinstu nope, that doesn't exist.
C'mon ppl! How hard can this be?
I got NERO EXPRESS 6! Not anything else!
I don't want ANY floppys.
If you want help, you might want to tone down the attitude.
It sounds like you're just burning the .iso file to disc which isn't what you want. An ISO file is an "image" of what the disc should look like to a computer and is used for creating an exact replica of a CD. Unfortunately, I don't have Nero at hand, but what you want to do is burn a disc image using the ISO. Take a look through Nero's help system, you should be pointed in the right direction.
Also, another thing you might want to check into, is running MD5 checks against the files you've downloaded. Downloading a 600+ MB file usually works just fine, but occasionally an error will occur and you won't know about it until you're trying to do the install and it craps out on the third disc.
And btw, shorten up your sig. It messes with the layout of the forums.
I also have Nero Express 6. kimx is correct, you need to select "Disc Image or Saved Project" from the menu. If you want to burn an ISO, you just need to select the "Image files (*.nrg, *.iso, *.cue)" option for the "Files of type". Then, locate your ISO and you should be able to figure it out from there.
I pinched it from somewhere, I cant remember where
( there is probably a copyright on it )
I got it saved as a OOo doc and I just copy & paste whenever the Q
( which seems to be fairly often )
just one of those little snippets of info
I've got squirrelled away somewhere
it looks good though
and all part of the illusion
of appearing to know what you're talking about
the secret is not knowing everything
but knowing where to find it
and who to ask