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Old 03-01-2004, 02:15 PM   #1
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Mandrake ISO Size

I am in the process of downloading three Mandrake ISO images. Each image is 683 mb, 731, mb and 728 mb. The problem is the cd's I am burning them onto are 700 mb discs. When I run out of room on the disc will it automatically tell me to put another in or is there a way to split the larger ISO's into two?

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ISO images are somewhat bloated... they'll fit.
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Just as dustyd63 said, they'll fit, just make sure you burn them as an image.......


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