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Old 28-05-2011
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Burning an ISO file larger than 15 GB?
  

Hello Friends there is a difficulty going in my mind that I have downloaded a file named as “7 Wonders of the Solar System” as of from the pirate bay website.
I contain a bundle of Compact Discs (CD’s) and Dissociated vertical deviation (DVD’s) but I don’t have DVD9 because can handle approximately 7.95 gigabytes of data. Dissociated vertical deviation (DVD’s)or Dissociated vertical deviation Double Layer(DVD DL) .

Now there is another problem how can I able to observe the video within the International Organization for Standardization (ISO)? By the technique, I contain an peripheral Hard Drive with 500 Gigabytes free space!!! Would you please let me know is there any technique in which I can BURN there as an alternative to Compact Discs (CD’s) or Dissociated vertical deviation (DVD’s)?
So please anybody can help me because it is very important to me .I thank you all in advanced for taking out time for me.

The problems occurring in the above question are as follows:-

Difficulty 1: I think so the International Organization for Standardization (ISO) file is 15 Gigabytes.

Problem 2: I do not have Dissociated vertical deviation Double Layer (DVD DL), I also don’t have Blue Ray or impressive as well; I just contain Compact Discs (CD’s) and Dissociated vertical deviation (DVD’s)(4.7 GB)

Problem 3: And the another important thing there is just one Video file in International Organization for Standardization (ISO).

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Re: Burning an ISO file larger than 15 GB?

Hey dude hi to all primary of each and every one, you have to know, you can't burn a 15 gigabytes to a Compact Discs (CDís) or Dissociated vertical deviation (DVDís). 15 gigabytes can only fit on High definition or blue ray disks. On the other hand, as I obtain it you don't include such a burner, you don't wish to get one, and inspecting on your computer is physically possible. Subsequently you require to increase it. I would recommend you to use daemon-tools. It is a freeware program, that is it should be installed once, this consent to you to "swindle" your computer into thinking that you have an additional drive, in case you can put your International Organization for Standardization (ISO) into . I think so it works enormous for all kinds of International Organization for Standardizationís (ISOís).
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Re: Burning an ISO file larger than 15 GB?

Hey dude hi while I was surfing on the internet I read the comments and the proposition that might make use of with your computer. I also had the same problem regarding this so I searched on may sites and search engines. So i asked some of the experienced people they told me to do this thing. I think so you must ripped the description that might be easier to knob by Convert X or something. I hope you like my suggestion and it night work with your computer.
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Re: Burning an ISO file larger than 15 GB?

Hey dude while I was surfing on the internet I saw this problem and I have the same serious problem going with my computer. I myself read the question and the answers the suggestion given to you is very systematic and I think so the problems has been solved with you if the problem has been not solved then you have to go with blue ray disk or a Dissociated vertical deviation (DVDís) which have space up to 8 gigabytes. Or the another way is you need to have virtual drive software for example MAGIC DISC .
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Re: Burning an ISO file larger than 15 GB?

When I blaze a Dissociated vertical deviation (DVDís) scheme that was a modest over 7 Gigabyte and the whole thing work O.K. by means of using Dissociated vertical deviation Builder (After manufacture the construction in Video Wave). The Dissociated vertical deviation DVD creation plays very well. When I burned the Dissociated vertical deviation DVD, I decide to also burn to an International Organization for Standardization (ISO) file on my computer. I have been saving all of my Defense Meritorious Service Medal (DMSM), DMSD, and International Organization for Standardization ISO and all other linked folders that are obligatory for them on 4.7Gigabyte or 8.5Gigabyte (DL) disks. So far all has worked out, but I have by no means had a single file over 4Gigabyte before, and until now. I hope my suggestion worked for you.
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