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If you're using Adaptec's EZ CD Creator, which is more common than mosquitos, under create CD, from the pull down menu for "File" there is the option to create a CD from a CD image... then the file navigator it opens defaults to looking for the file type .cws or somesuch... change that to .iso and find the files...
Originally posted by finegan If you're using Adaptec's EZ CD Creator, which is more common than mosquitos, under create CD, from the pull down menu for "File" there is the option to create a CD from a CD image... then the file navigator it opens defaults to looking for the file type .cws or somesuch... change that to .iso and find the files...
Actually on my windows box when I use Eazy CD Creator, I just double click the iso file I want to burn, it auto loads and starts burning away after I put the blank cd in.. They make it really easy at times.. sometimes too easy.
Originally posted by finegan Tricky, you have a Windows box?!?! Say it ain't so man!
Is that an aspect of EZ5? I only had 4 before I *nix'ed my Windows partition. Now my digital camera is full and I don't have anywhere to offload the pics.
Yep, well, I have two dual boot machines. One with Slack and Win2k, usually always booted into Slack, and another one with Slack and Win98, use that for Photoshop and scanner, since my stupid scanner doesn't work in Linux yet..
All the rest of my machines are running Slack. Though I still need to load up BSD to try it out.
Oh and I think the version of EZCD Creator that I have is 4.5...