Free download ISO Recorder to burn or write images to CDs and DVDs, copy disks, create or make images of the existing data CDs and DVDs, and create ISO images from the content of a disk folder.ISO Recorder is a PowerToy tool for Windows Vista, Windows XP and 2003.
ISO Recorder is a very popular tool and was even recommended by MSDN. Although windows XP and windows vista support burning or writing data files to CDs and DVDs (only windows vista supports writing or burning data files to DVDs), neither of the OS support burning or writing images to CDs and DVDs. ISO Recorder filled this need to burn images to CDs and DVDs, and has since been a very popular PowerToy tool.
Download ISO Recorder
ISO Recorder is a free tool and you could download it from the official website.
ISO Recorder v1 for Windows XP RTM and SP1 (not SP2) Home and Professional Edition
ISO Recorder v2 for Windows XP SP2 and Windows Server 2003
- ISO Recorder v2 32-bit (x86) – ISORecorderV2RC1.msi
- ISO Recorder v2 64-bit (x64) – ISORecorderV2AMD64.zip
ISO Recorder v3 for Windows Vista
- ISO Recorder v3 32-bit (x86) – ISORecorderV3RC1×86.zip
- ISO Recorder v3 64-bit (x64) – ISORecorderV3RC1×64.zip
Upon installation, ISO Recorder integrates several context menu items and commands into Windows shell.These are:
- Copy Image to CD,
- Copy CD to Image File and
- Copy Disk to CD
which allows users to burn ISO images to CD/DVD disk, create ISO image from CD/DVD disc and fast duplicate CD/DVD.
How to burn ISO files on to a CD or DVD using ISO Recorder ?
- Insert into your burner, a CD wich has not been formatted. (Note: As already mentioned, one can burn DVDs with ISO Recorder in windows vista only.)
- Then open Windows Explorer, browse to the location of your ISO file, right-click and choose “Copy image to CD”.
Users of Windows Vista (version 3), may have to right click, choose “Open With” and select “ISO Recorder” to write an ISO image to disk.
How to create disc images from a CD or DVD using ISO Recorder?
To create a disc image, insert a CD (DVD) containing the iso file into a drive, right-click on it (in My Computer or windows explorer) and choose Create Image from CD option.
Disk images are usually saved with .iso extension, though you can choose any extension you like. When ISO Recorder creates an image of a bootable CD, this image can be recorded later on a blank CD and will be still bootable.However ISO Recorder does not support creating images of Audio or Video CDs.
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