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i dont get it i have burned all 3 iso files for red hat now they are called "shrike-i386-disc-1.iso" on my desktop the icon is one of those white boxes ...
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    installing red hat linux and then burning and then...


    i dont get it
    i have burned all 3 iso files for red hat
    now they are called "shrike-i386-disc-1.iso" on my desktop
    the icon is one of those white boxes or whatever that indicated that windows does not recognize it,
    anyways now i have to burn it to a cd?
    i have 3 cd-rw's
    how can i burn it to a cd, did i do everything right so far
    im still new, looking to try linux a new os for me, i have always used macs

    what am i suppose to do now
    how do i burn them to a cd, ii have a software called
    "B's recorder gold" but couldnt fin the right option to burn it to

    can you guys please help me?

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    Never heard of "B's recorder gold". If you're using Windows XP, check out the ISO Recorder Power Toy.

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    hi,

    i tried downloading
    and then installed it

    then when i click on it, nothing happened


    anyone know if it is possible to download the iso image to a cd with b's recorder gold
    thats the only software i have

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    Perhaps this posting will help you.

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    try "Isobuster"

    Try Iso buster it is free www.isobuster.com..If you do not know how to burn an image ,Isobuster will convert the iso to files

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    see the left hand column on the page below called "helpful stuff" - at the very least you can download a trial version of nero which works great to burn iso's.

    http://linuxiso.org/

    for installation instructions, see my guide in my sig below.

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