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    How to create an ISO from a DVD

    Hi,

    I want to create an ISO file from a DVD. I know about several for-pay tools, such as Daemon Tools Lite, but was wondering if there are any recommended free tools? I don't need anything fancy, just something to create the ISO file. Can't see how to do this in Windows 7. Appreciate any advice!

    Thanks!

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    Haven't tried it but BurnAware Free has a create ISO function:
    http://www.burnaware.com/

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    Imgburn Gizmo's Freeware award as the best product in its class!
    http://www.imgburn.com/

    I use it works great

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    I use this one, and yes it runs fine in Windows 7 64bit.
    http://cdburnerxp.se/en/download
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    Agree with Russ! Perhaps they should now name the product CD&DVDBurnerXPVistaWin7&832-bit&64-bit...
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    I can't find an option in CD Burner XP to create an iso file - only to burn one.

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    Thanks everyone for the suggestions! I decided to go with a paid ($25) license of Daemon Tools Lite, but I appreciate everyone's input.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jwitalka View Post
    I can't find an option in CD Burner XP to create an iso file - only to burn one.

    Jerry
    From the main menu select "Copy or grab disc" in the Target area select "Hard disc" then file type ISO (Single track).

    Sorry if I was a little late getting this info out here.
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    Thanks for the information Russ. Not as intuitive as the other burning apps but it does the job.

    Jerry

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    Hi, I use a freeware program called DVD shrink. There is an options selection to burn to ISO file. It works fine for me and i've been using it for a number of years.

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