[QUOTE=DrageMester;2141624]Do you mean by running multiple instances of ImgBurn? I don’t know any other way of doing it.
Running multiple instances of ImgBurn only works well with a fast harddrive.[/QUOTE]If you already have the images on the hard drive(s) you can use multiple drives to burn them with multiple instances of ImgBurn.
Building and burning multiple images would be better if you have multiple hard drives. Depends on the optical drives/hard drives setup… ie… if they are on the same IDE channels or if your using SATA optical drives/hard drives etc…
That is my experience when burning multiple images with multiple optical drives using ImgBurn.
Member beef barley and i have played around with this somewhat. It’s something the person would have to do some trial and error troubleshooting with their own setup.