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Burn .iso image to CD. Most of CD burning packages have an option to do that. Select Burn image to CD instead of just writing .iso image to CD. There ...
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    Burn .iso image to CD. Most of CD burning packages have an option to do that. Select Burn image to CD instead of just writing .iso image to CD. There are lots of tutorials and burning packages are available on web.
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    You don't have to extract anything. But you have to burn the iso to disc, as a disc image. If you have windows 7 already running when you click on the file it will have a option at the top left of the window to burn a disc image. If you don't have 7 there are plenty of disc imaging applications you can download for free just Google disc image tool. hope that helps

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    I kind of forgot about this thread

    I have linux on my machine now and thanks to goes out to all those who responded to my questions.

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