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I want to burn ISO with gtoaster, but I really dunno how to do (and I don't have any rewritable cd to make test).
What is really the way to follow to burn iso? Should I add my iso in the "unamed disc" windows? Or there are a way to "extract" folders that iso contain before burning it? Anyone know?
Why do you specifically want to use gtoaster. If you can find eroaster, you should migrate to that software instead. I haven't used gtoaster before, but I know eroaster is EXTREMELY user friendly, and has ISO capabilities.
I tried to install ero-toaster too but it give me an error I don't understand...
I don't remember but I think the error was at the beginning of the make and was not telling me anything useful. I searched for some support but I don't find anything good about ero-toaster, look like the autor just disapears or never write a web page... So I tried gtoaster.