This is my first post in this forum and I have a question already
[B]I have recently downloaded some ISO files[/B] made from original DVD9 (dual-layer) disks. They DON’T contain video or audio but [B]huge data files ([U]PC game[/U]) which were later converted to ISO by a friend of mine. [/B]
I have bought a couple of dummy DVD9 disks to extract these data files from ISOs and burn to them later (same as they were in their original state).
Now, can any of you, guys, tell me which software I need to use to burn these ISOs back to DVD9 provided that:
[B]1. There is no data loss;
- The first disk asks for the next one in the row during installation?[/B]
My understanding is that video files is easier to burn on dual-layer DVDs since they can be cut to pieces somehow 'cause they contain “continuous shots” of a single video image. But what to do if the original disk contains a big data file which somehow must be cut - say - in a certain place so that one doesn’t lose a single bit of it?!? Any comments?
Your post leads me to the conclusion that you should BUY this “PC game” instead downloading, because I’m sure its COPYRIGHTED.
If that is not the case, then please give more info.