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October 5, 2015 at 11:56 am Quote #50196

jroundy
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Any suggestions on how to take an iso file, and turn it into a Blu-ray file/folder?

I’ve spent hours trying to work it out, but to no success.


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October 5, 2015 at 12:24 pm Quote #50197

guitard
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You can either burn it to a disc, and then copy it from the burned disk. Or you can open it in a virtual drive, and then copy it from the virtual drive to an actual drive on your computer.

To open it (or “mount it” in computer lingo), you need a program like Virtual Clonedrive, which is available here (free program):

http://www.slysoft.com/en/virtual-clonedrive.html


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October 5, 2015 at 12:38 pm Quote #50198

jroundy
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I can’t burn the physical disc, and really don’t want a physical disc.

I have tried to mount it to the Virtual Clonedrive, using the program above and it keeps opening Dropbox for some reason.

I uninstalled the Dropbox software, thinking it was interfering somehow. Now when I mount the iso file nothing happens.

I even uninstalled the Virtual Clonedrive software, and reinstalled it….. still nothing.

I did this years ago, and it was easy…. this time not.


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October 5, 2015 at 12:48 pm Quote #50199

guitard
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A dropbox window always opens up for me also, but I just close it. As far as anything happening – the only thing that happens when Virtual Clonedrive kicks in, is that an additional drive appears in Windows Explorer. In other words, if you have C, D, F, and G drives, and then you right click on the .iso file and choose to open it in Virtual Clonedrive, the list of drive will change to something like C, D, E, F, and G drives; with the E drive showing the blu-ray disc folders. If you don’t have Windows Explorer open, you won’t see anything change when Virtual Clonedrive kicks in.


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October 5, 2015 at 2:15 pm Quote #50204

bradleon
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Blossom Iso? Been working on that one here. I burned it to files/folder (imgburn)… then added it back to computer and burned it to a disc. It will play in my blu ray players but will not work on my pc when I try to open it with blu ray player… Very odd it does not work on computer and my other blu ray burns do.


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October 5, 2015 at 3:27 pm Quote #50206

jroundy
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guitard: A dropbox window always opens up for me also, but I just close it.As far as anything happening – the only thing that happens when Virtual Clonedrive kicks in, is that an additional drive appears in Windows Explorer.In other words, if you have C, D, F, and G drives, and then you right click on the .iso file and choose to open it in Virtual Clonedrive, the list of drive will change to something like C, D, E, F, and G drives; with the E drive showing the blu-ray disc folders.If you don’t have Windows Explorer open, you won’t see anything change when Virtual Clonedrive kicks in.

Thanks…. I got it now.

I use Windows 7, and I went to the start menu, clicked on computer, and could see a BD-ROM drive for the iso file. I could then open that drive and problem solved.

I expected the Virtual Clonedrive to open a window… so it was not very user friendly.


The poor folks play for keeps down here…They’re the living dead. Nobody rules these streets at night like Van Halen!!


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October 5, 2015 at 3:34 pm Quote #50207

jroundy
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I forgot to mention that initially, when I was mounting the iso file with the Virtual Clonedrive, ImgBurn would keep opening.

So, I uninstalled ImgBurn, and then the Dropbox software would initiate, so I unistalled the Dropbox software.

If I had just known to look at my computers drives, I could have saved myself hours of frustration.


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