I have a Dell Diagnostic CD that I extracted to an ISO file using ISOBuster. I then used ISOBuster to extract an individual file I needed to modify. It was a .BAT file, if it makes any difference. After making the necessary modifications to the .BAT file, I then opened the extracted ISO image in MagicISO, deleted the old .BAT file, added my modified version of the file, and then saved the ISO image. I used MagicISO for this because ISObuster apparently does not allow you to add/remove individual files from an ISO image. I then burned the modified ISO image to a CD-R using Nero. The burn process and verification both completed without errors, yet when I tried to read the burnt CD in windows explorer, I received the following error message:
"Windows cannot read from this disk. The disk might be corrupted, or it could be using a format that is not compatible with Windows."
If I browse the burnt CD in ISOBuster or MagicISO, there are no files present. I tried burning this image to one CD-R and three CD-RWs, and received the same error message every time. The drive has no problems reading other discs.
Does anyone know what the problem could be?