I was trying to create an iso using Windows 7. Why didn’t I just use Linux? Both of my DVD drives are in this PC (I know bad planning on my part). I’ll make sure to rectify this very soon though!
I didn’t have any CDR software or other tools installed on Windows 7, but I did have an old copy of unixtools for windows. I tossed dd.exe in the C:Windows dir then monkeyed around until I figured out how to reference my DVD drive (Which is G:)
Here is the format to create an iso file from your CD/DVD drive if it’s G:
dd if=\.g: of=dvd.iso bs=64k
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