To burn your ISO file to a blank CD-R or DVD-R, first, insert the disc into your CD-R or DVD-R burner drive. Then, open the folder containing your ISO file in Windows File Explorer. Our example ISO file is named “Windows,” but yours will likely be different. Right-click the file and select “Burn disc image” in the menu that appears.Windows 7, 8, and 10 have a feature for burning an ISO image to disc built right in. All you have to is insert a writable optical disc, right-click the ISO image, and then select the “Burn Disk Image” command. Note: If you don’t have an optical disc writer on your PC, you won’t see the command.
How to burn an ISO file to a blank disc?
You can copy an optical disc to ISO file, store it on your hard drive, and when needed, burn the ISO file to a blank disc to create a copy of the original disc. 1. Run AnyBurn, then click "Burn image file to disc". 2. The "Burn image file" page will show. You can select the source ISO file by clicking "Browse" button.
Can you burn an ISO image?
Burning an ISO image may not be as simple as burning some documents or some music to a disk, since their nature is so different. Burning an ISO file to a CD, DVD, or Blu-ray disk means assembling the content of the ISO file onto the disk.
What is an ISO file?
An ISO file contains all information of the disc, and is the most popular disc image format for compact disc. You can copy an optical disc to ISO file, store it on your hard drive, and when needed, burn the ISO file to a blank disc to create a copy of the original disc.
How to use anyburn to burn ISO file?
Click "More settings..." if you want to change other settings, such as simulation burning, setting number of copies, or burning to multiple drives at once. Click "Burn Now" to start burning the ISO file. 3. AnyBurn will start burning ISO file to the disc.