How to Make your own ISO image of your DVD and back up to your PC?

Discussion in 'Windows Vista Music, Pictures and Video' started by informationspy, Sep 5, 2009.

  1. Hwo to Make your own ISO image of your DVD and back up to your PC?This guide will show you how to make ISO image files from CD/DVD to copy and backup onto computer or other storage mediums, and refer the below steps to help you accomplish the whole task.Step 1: Insert a usable CD/DVD discRun Xilisoft ISO Maker and insert a usable CD/DVD disc.[​IMG]Tip: After inserting a CD/DVD, you can select proper drive which holds the disc. Then the information of disc size & type will be displayed in main interface.Step 2: Specify proper output settingsSet the target file name and location from the "File Name" and "Location" drop-down list.[​IMG]Step 3: Make ISO fileClick "Output Image File" to start the ripping process. And the software will remind you of successful output when ripping is finished.[​IMG]Tip: After the ripping process is finished, you can click "Open Folder" to find the output ISO file in the destination folder.Now, the ISO file you need is made successfully and the below features will bring a great help to meet various user needs.


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    informationspy, Sep 5, 2009
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    I personally use ImTOO ISO BurnerThis guide will show you how to burn ISO and other CD/DVD image files. After downloading and installing ImTOO ISO Burner on your PC, you can follow the steps below to perform the burning - Free DownloadStep 1: Run the software and choose source image fileFirst, run ImTOO ISO Burner. Click "Browse" button and select the ISO file you want to burn in the dialog box that appears. The software will list the volume label and file size below. Step 2: Choose Recorder and adjust burning settingChoose a Recorder and insert a recordable CD/DVD disc. In the info bar, the disc type and disc capacity of your inserted disc will be displayed. If the disc capacity is less than the total size of source image file, the software will remind you to change a larger disc. Tips:1. The default write speed is the maximum speed that you recorder and disc could support. Also, you can choose a write speed in the "Write Speed" drop-down list.2. If you want to burn several copies, enter a number you want in the "Copies" box or click the up-and-down arrow to select a number. 3. If you check "Data Verify", the software will verify the data of disc backup to ensure the data usability after finishing the burning.4. If the rewritable disc you insert is not blank, click "Erase" button to erase the data on the disc. Step 3: Start burningAfter all these finished, click "Start Burn" to start burning.Tip: If the inserted rewritable disc has data existed and you haven't erased the data yet, the software will remind you that the inserted disc contains files after you click "Start Burn" button, and ask you whether to continue burning. Clicking "OK" will erase data first and start burning automatically after erasing. From the status bar on the bottom, you can view the information of the burning process: time remaining, rate of progress, and so on. After burning completed, the disc will be ejected automatically. ImTOO ISO Burner   Free   Download


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    vistatips, Sep 6, 2009
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