How To Make Bootable DVD From ISO Using PowerISO

Let’s say you have downloaded an ISO file for the latest version of Linux. Now you want to make a bootable DVD to install the latest OS on your PC. There are many apps to perform this action but most of them have their own limitation.

I found a free app known as PowerISO which can perform this task pretty well. Download and install this application on your PC to use it. It costs $29.95 but you can use unregistered version on your PC to make a bootable disk.

Click on Open button given below menu bar.

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Now select the location where you saved the ISO file. Click on the file and then click “Open”.

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Now click on the “Burn” icon given at the toolbar.

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Select the burning drive and burning speed. The burning speed should be 4x. After selecting all the proper options, click on “Burn” button.

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That’s it. It will start burning your DVD. You can see the status on the status bar. After your DVD completes burning it automatically comes out from the DVD drive.

Download PowerISO.

7 Responses

  1. That won’t make it bootable. FYI
    You have to add boot information, the boot image, along with the information in order to use to it boot from the CD for setup.

  2. Hi!
    Please how to do if the iso file is a sum of two or three files; for example, Oracle Linux 6 come in 3 iso files : the boot iso file (size 164M0), the DVD 1 iso file (3.1 Go) and the DVD 2 iso file (1.7 G0). Thanks you!

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