As the title says I've been trying to burn a windows 7 iso to a blank disc in ubuntu.
I've tried right click-write to disk, it writes it but the disc won't boot and when I look inside the disc there's no files present.
I tried doing it with cd creator and it gives me some messages like.
"Do you want to create a disc from the contents of the image or with the image file inside?"
"There is only one selected file
("xxxxxx.iso") It is the image of a disc and its contents can be burnt."
I click "burn as file"
Then I get a message saying "Do you really want to add
"xxxxxx.iso to the selection and use the version of ISO9660 standard to support it"?
"the size of the file is over 2gb. Files larger than 2gb are not supported by iso9660 standard in its first and second versions. it is recommended to use the third version of iso9660 standard which is supported by most operating systems including linux and all versions of windows."
I click add file.
Then it starts "estimating the file size" It says please wait untill this operation is completed, but it never does, I left it for 2 hours.
I also tried burning with infra record in windows and get some error messages, and I also tried brasero in ubuntu with no success.
Does anyone know what I have to do to get this working?
Thanks in advance.