Possible to burn multiple ISO files in one disk?

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  1. Feels Good Man
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    Member Feels Good Man GBAtemp Advanced Maniac

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    I have some ISO files that I would like to burn but all of them are pretty small [around 500mb]. What I want to do is burn all of them into 1 DVD but I want to burn all of them as an ISO file so I can install the files when putting the disk.

    Is there a way to do this?

    Oh and is there a program that could just directly run an ISO file from the computer?

    Thanks >__>. Im not sure if i worded this thing right
     
  2. stormwolf18

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    You can extract files from .iso with Isobuster.
    You can create a virtual cd/dvd player with Daemon Tools or Alcohol 120%, both use .iso.
    You can also burn all of your .iso on a single disk, just drag n drop in ur burning program.
     
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    to mount an ISO (to make it pretend that you inserted a disk) then get PowerISO
     
  4. Panzer Tacticer

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    I make images of my games routinely, and then I burn the images onto dvds so I can store them efficiently.

    Rather handy. You'd be amazed at how few dual layer dvds you really need to store all your games. Chances are a blue ray disk would store my entire friggin collection.

    Alcohol 120% is my fav, Daemon is well liked too. But I prefer Alcohol.

    Some countries don't appreciate these sorts of programs. I'm Canadian though and don't have to care. In Canada, it's legal to make a back up copy of anything you own regardless of what the original manufacturer thinks of it. Even if it means breaking any programming meant to stop me.

    No I'm not a lawyer by the way, and I will not be engaging in a debate on this.
     

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