Just so you know what you have. An iso is an image file. it is not just the files you had in a folder, but rather, it is an exact image of your disk. Were this a good disk, you could use an image file, to create an exact duplicate of the original. Not only will it contain the same files, but it will be able to locate every single byte of those files, the the same exact physical location on the disc. It is designed to create and exact duplicate of the original disk, not just copy the files. Img burn is very good and free. google it, open the image file, and try to burn it. See what you get, or, dameon tools (one of the best), is designed to mount an image file. that means that it takes your iso, and makes it look like a drive that contains that disk to your computer. I think it was originally designed for games so you can play without the disk (fake the disk being there), but I am no expert on games or dameon tools. Reguardless, don’t expect files from the iso, its an image of the disk. I personally would sugest dameon tools first.