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cranlsn Toulouse Since: 18.3.02 From: Hartland, WI Since last post: 58 days Last activity: 13 min. # 1 Posted on 1.4.15 1034.37 | Instant Rating: 2.89 I have to make some backups of software, and I'd prefer to archive them as .iso files. But...every program I've looked into has had reports of being infested with malware and/or adware. Does anyone have any suggestions for simple Disc-to-ISO programs? Promote this thread!
Guru Zim SQL Dejection Administrator Since: 9.12.01 From: Bay City, OR Since last post: 74 days Last activity: 2 days
ICQ: # 2 Posted on 1.4.15 2322.01 | Instant Rating: 9.48 This one looks to be fine if you read the instructions and uncheck 3 boxes during the installation. http://pcsupport.about.com/od/software-tools/a/create-iso-image-file.htm Sign up for Folding@Home and join our team. PM me for details. Ignorance is bliss for you, hell for me.
Keeper Blutwurst Moderator Since: 1.3.02 From: Worcester, MA Since last post: 1224 days Last activity: 17 days # 3 Posted on 3.4.15 1425.44 | Instant Rating: 10.00 I use Imgburn and never had any issue with Malware or anything bad. Software works pretty well. http://www.imgburn.com/
cranlsn Toulouse Since: 18.3.02 From: Hartland, WI Since last post: 58 days Last activity: 13 min. # 4 Posted on 6.4.15 0923.15 | Instant Rating: 2.89
Thank you both, I ended up going with Imgburn. Although, I had to find an archived older version. The latest version includes OpenCandy adware with no option not to install. Thanks again!
Hey there...I have a very odd question to ask, maybe someone here can shed some light as to what to do? My laptop (a Compaq Armada E500, running a P3 1ghz processor and 512MB ram and Win2000pro) won't read any CDs or CDROMS.
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