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Burn Images in Windows 7 using Windows Disk Image Burner

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This is a simple trick that lets you to burn ISO images in Windows7 using Windows Disk Image Burner.

Previously this provision is not available with windows, as a result we have to use many other softwares like Nero, CloneDVD, Alcohol 120%, MagicISO, PowerISO, ImgBurn, UltralISO etc to burn images. But finally Windows have made an attempt of Burning ISO Images while another feature of mounting the images is still missing. But Only ISO format is mentioned by Microsoft employee Brandon Le Blanc who described the process of burning the ISO images in Windows 7.
Windows Disk Image Burner is a Windows 7 application that will help us to write any ISO images(for games, softwares etc..) on CD/DVD.
Here is the process that lets you to burn ISO images in Windows 7 without using any other external software.
  • First choose the empty CD/DVD that is compatible to accept the ISO files that you wanted to burn.
  • Insert CD/DVD and ignore Auto-play window.
  • Next, right click on ISO image and select Burn Disk image from context menu.
  • This will open Windows Disc Image Burner, from which the user have to select the partition you have DVD and click on Burn.
  • You can also verify whether the images is burned without any errors or not if you select “Verify Disc after Burning“.
  • After the process is finished the Disk will be automatically ejected out.

Users who wanted to burn different formatted images other than ISO like img, mdf, or bin still have to make use of third party softwares.

Siddartha is a Blogger from India. He is currently pursuing Masters in MIS and he loves writing about technology. You can follow him on Twitter | Facebook | Google+. You can subscribe to GadgetCage RSS Feed or Email Notifications.

2 Comments to Burn Images in Windows 7 using Windows Disk Image Burner

  1. Hi…. Siddartha this was a nice post me2 using windows7 but I dont know that Microsoft had provided the inbuilt feature for image burning and I’m continuously using the Ultra ISO image burn software for mounting the drives and image burning. Thanq for this post it may really help to the guyz who regularly use Ultra ISO software…..

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