We create ISO images of all disks that we purchase for backup purchases. This has saved us on a number of occasions where a disk has fractured in a drive, been dropped, gouged, and other not so happy things.
We generally use the "Save Tracks" feature of Nero Burning ROM. But, it doesn't work all of the time for some reason ... Go figure.
We also use the ISORecorder by Alex Feinman. It works really well for CD based images but only sometimes for DVD.
So, what do you use for creating your ISO images from existing disks? How about dual layer disks?
We realize that this can be a touchy subject with some. But, we do believe in fair use rights here. We also believe in having all of the software we use in our business licensed properly. PERIOD.
How can we justify the use of a software product for "free" for whatever reason? It begs the question: If we used "free software", would we allow our products and/or services to go out the door for free?
We all know the answer to that: No!
Microsoft Small Business Specialists
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