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I downloaded the Acive ISO software and saved to my computer, but when I right click on the file to burn to a cd, it does not give me the option to burn ISO file....how can I fix this or burn this file to CD?

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Which OS?

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That's the first question, which Operating System?

Second question, do you have any CDBurning software installed on in this OS?

Mark

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Help

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The operating system is windows vista and yes I have installed the cd burning software.

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Which CD Burning Software?

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Sorry for the questions, but I don't see your system, only you do.

Mark

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How about the old fashioned method?

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http://help.lockergnome.com/general/ISO-Burning-Made-Easy-Tutorial--ftopict53780.html notes the old fashioned way. No right click!

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Now back to "Active@ ISO Burner 1.1 . (By the numbers... )

1. Shut down all running programs and close any internet connection.

2. Insert a blank CD or DVD into your CD/DVD burner.

3. Now run the program.

4. First set the burn speed to a low value. I set mine to 8x.

5. Next set the path to your ISO file.

6. Click the "Burn ISO" button."

Any reason not to use this old method?
Bob
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Help

In reply to: How about the old fashioned method?

Thanks BOB, I will try this.

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