How to burn (create) a DVD or CD from an ISO image file.

An ISO image file, commonly named ‘disc image’, can contain all the contents of an optical disk. The ISO image file has the extension ‘.iso’ following its name and you can use it (open, explore) as you use the traditional physical disc: How to Open & Explore ISO image files.

In this tutorial you can find detailed instruction on how to burn an ISO image file to a DVD, CD, HD DVD or Blu-ray disk.

 

How to Burn an ISO file to CD / DVD / HD DVD or Blu-ray disc.

Step 1: Download and install “ImgBurn”.

ImgBurn is a lightweight CD / DVD / HD DVD / Blu-ray burning application that everyone should have in their toolkit!

1. Download ImgBurn from: http://www.filehippo.com/download_imgburn/

image

2. Choose “Run” in the pop-up window.

image

 

3.  Choose “Next” at ImgBurn’s setup wizard 1st screen.

image

4. Accept the license agreement and choose “Next”.

image

5. Leave the default setup options and choose “Next”.

image

6.  Leave the default install location (unless you are using another location to install programs) and choose “Next”.

image

7. Choose “Next” in start menu folder options.

image

8. When the installation is complete, choose “Finish” and start using ImgBurn.

image

Step 2: Burn ISO image to CD / DVD / HD DVD / Blu-ray using ImgBurn.

1. Put the optical disk that you want to create image for, on the CD/DVD drive and double-click at ImgBurn application under Programs.

2. When ImgBurn application starts, click at the “Write Image file to disc” option.

 

image

 

3. Click at the “select a file” icon to select the ISO image file to burn to a DVD or CD disk.

image

4. Select the ISO image file from your computer and click “Open”.

image

 

 

5. Finally click the ‘Write’ icon and then wait until your disc is created.

image

 

That’s it!

If this article was useful for you, please consider supporting us by making a donation. Even $1 can a make a huge difference for us in our effort to continue to help others while keeping this site free: