Joined: Jan. 2013
||Posted on: Jan. 19 2013,10:38
I've an ISO file that I don't understand.
If I check it's WinXP properties; it shows 701mb. When I bring it into UltraISO 220.127.116.1150; it shows as: "Bootable CD/DVD"... 4249mb... 3536mb Overload". My issues are:
1. If I burn this ISO with NO CHANGES; it installs (the ISO-ized) program just fine. Plus, UltraISO burns it in 15-ish minutes.
2. If I do ANYTHING to this file... It the installs ultimately fails mid-way. Changes I've tried are... I want to add a small text file (with the CDKEY)... then I tried to change "Bootable CD/DVD" to "4.7(4.37)GB"... which cleared the Overload error. In addition to the App's Installation failing... burning took over an hour.
I'm curious as to HOW a 701mb ISO can burn AND WORK a 94% full DVD?
I WANT to know... why can't I imbed a simple (CDkey) text file inside this crazy ISO and get a GOOD BURN (that installs the software). Oh yeah... text file is only 40-50 characters BUT... if I SIMPLY change the "Image Size"... installation stills fails?!??
No where near even "average ISO" user but this makes zero sense to me (good with Windows user).
Thanks in advance,