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Old 05-03-2007, 02:23 PM   #1
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Hey fellas I have an .iso file which is like 7.7 gigs but I only have a regular dvd burner. Is there a way to burn this file onto 2 DVDs?
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hi,

i think dvd shrink will do the job you want or dvd fab
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yeah, dvdshrink will work.
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get a dual layer burner
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get a dual layer burner
and spend lots of money when you can use software..
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i dont think you can use shrink for an iso
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yes but what if its an operating system or something? it cant be split into two disks
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I think you should just buy a dual layer if its any easier.

You can pick them up for just as much as a regular burner these days, so around 15 in my currency, and I don't know... $25 maybe?
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yes but what if its an operating system or something? it cant be split into two disks
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What DVD burner do you have? Most DVD burners should be Dual-Layer compatible. Becides, they're rather cheap nowadays.
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