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Downloading and Burning ISO Files

All our software titles are available for our dealers to download from our downloads section. The downloads are saved as ISO files, which then need to be burned to a DVD. An ISO file, also called a disc image, is a single file that’s a copy of an entire data CD or DVD. When you burn a CD or DVD from an ISO file, the new disc has the same folders, files, and properties as the original disc.

Windows 7

If you have Windows 7, the Windows Disc Image Burner software is available for you to do this. Once you have downloaded the file onto your computer, insert a writable DVD into your CD drive. Right-click over the file and select “Open with…/Windows Disc Image Burner”. The program will open. Make sure that you have the correct DVD drive selected, and click on Burn. There is more information available on the Windows site.

Windows XP and Vista

If you have Windows XP or Vista, there are free tools available that allow you to burn your own DVDs from ISO files. These work in a very similar way to the Windows 7 Image Burner above.

Virtual Drives

It is possible to install on the same computer on which you have downloaded the file, without burning a disc. This can be very useful if you need to install on only one computer, for example, to test a new piece of software. There are several free tools that allow you to mount the ISO file on a virtual drive, and run the installer directly from the virtual drive. We use Virtual Clone Drive.

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