obviously this questin has been asked ad nausieum, and, i apologize for being annoying about it, but....
to continue this "iso" ideal... what exactly IS an iso file?
most times i've heard it referenced, it has to do with a windows or other OS cd, that people download from warez sites, or whatever, then burn to a cd using the above mentioned proper format. then, the cd becomes bootable.
however, im interested in ISOs that relate to computer games, like say red alert, or quake. if i download quake.iso, or redalertsoviet.iso (soviets and allies are the red alert teams, the regular package comes with two cds), what do i do with the iso?
i was planning on burning it to a disc using that cdrwin program i learned about hear, but... its not like i wanna boot my computer to the game.
different process? similar?
thanks for the help guys, much appreciated (and, again, i apologize if im the stereotype "newbie")