Posted 04 February 2013 - 12:47 PM
Can I burn this file to a DVD+R or Must I burn it to a DVD-R?
.Iso files are compressed Images that is used alot to make setup disks. DVD+R and DVD-R media formats that the ISO can be written to with all the files need to install a program. The DVD-R and DVD+R are typeing of media and have to be matched up with the type of writer you have. Most DVD writers nowadays can write to both formats. I believe Windows 8 had ISO format built in and you dont have to write the file to DVD and install. You can execute the setup.exe right from Windows 8.
This post has been edited by orlbuckeye: 04 February 2013 - 12:51 PM
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Posted 04 February 2013 - 03:10 PM
A - The 'DVD-R' Part Is Just The Name Of The File,
B - The '.ISO' Part Is The Extension Of The File.
Do Not Change ( B ), But ( A ) Could Be Changed To 'WHATEVER' And The File Inner Content Would Be Exactly The Same.