How to burn an ISO disk image through Nero

An ISO disk image file (also known as simply an ISO image file) is an executable file that you can burn (write) to a blank, recordable CD or DVD. After you burn an ISO file to a blank disk, it is similar to any installation CD or DVD that lets you install a product, such as a single software program or a complete operating system. For more information, see Wikipedia ISO Image.

Although the procedure below applies specifically to Nero Express 6, it applies generally to most programs through which you can burn ISO image files to blank disks. To burn an ISO image file through Nero, do the following:
  1. If you have not already done so, install Nero. For example, you can download and install a free version, such as Nero 9 Lite.
  2. Insert a blank, recordable disk (CD or DVD) into the burner (DVDRW drive) through which you wish burn your ISO image file.
  3. Double click on your Nero StartMart desktop icon to start Nero and display its window.
  4. Select (move your mouse over) the Copy and Backup icon, and then click on Burn Image to Disk to display the "Open" window.
  5. Use the "Files of type" drop-down menu to select Image Files (*.nrg;*.iso;*.cue).
  6. Navigate to the ISO file that you wish to download, select it, and then click on the Open button to display the "Nero Express Image recorder" window.
  7. Use the "Destination drive" drop-down menu to select the drive into which you placed your blank disk.
  8. Select (check mark) Verify data on disk after burning.
  9. Click on the Next button to start the burning process and display its window, which shows "Process status" and "Remaining time." (The entire burning and verifying process might take approximately 30 minutes. Of course, while waiting, you can minimize the recorder window and perform other tasks.)
  10. After Nero burns your ISO image file, click on the Next button to eject the disk, and then click on the Exit button to close Nero Express and redisplay the "Nero" window.
  11. Close the "Nero" window.

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