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im currently running free trial software toburn iso images, 1st any free iso burners out there? and second if there arent, are there any utilities i NEED before my trial ...
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    utility cds


    im currently running free trial software toburn iso images, 1st any free iso burners out there? and second if there arent, are there any utilities i NEED before my trial runs out (2 days) i currently have RIP pmagic and supergrub,along with my distro installs and a BUNCH of different distro livecds. any suggestions will be downloaded on spot an d if never used forgotten about. but you will be thanked nonetheless.
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    Are you asking about Windows OS based .iso burning package? I am using ISORecorder and Nero in Windows XP. ISORecorder is free and works pretty well.
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    There are a lot of free apps listed here.

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    so no cds thta i shou;d have just in case? or as backup?
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    I must admit that I'm a bit confused as to what you're asking for as well, but if you're wanting something on a CD Puppy Linux has some pretty nice stuff, including (I'm pretty sure) an ISO reader/burner.

    For Windows, ImgBurn is by far the most powerful free burner/reader I've found.

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    i want som cds that i should have in case iu need to do maintenance, on my or my neighbors compy, i currently have pmagic, dban and livecds
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    thanks thats what i was aking for devils
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    I'll... umm... hmm...I've forgotten the word. Ultimate Boot CD (UBCD) is good.

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