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You can then use File -> Browse for a source file... to select the .iso file to burn. Double-check that Mode -> Write is selected; once selected, your screen should look similar to Figure 2.6.1.1b. Once a blank media is inserted into the DVD drive, it should show as the Destination. Simply click the Write icon in the lower left corner to begin the burn.
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'''Figure 2.6.1.1b: Selecting the Source File (.iso) and Destination (DVD burner) in ImgBurn
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NEED IMAGE FROM WINDOWS SYSTEM AS WINE DOES NOT SEE DVD DRIVE

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ImgBurn is an easy to use image burner for Windows that is available for free download. After installing and launching ImgBurn, select "Write files/folders to disk" from the main menu, seen in Figure 2.6.1.1a:

Figure 2.6.1.1a:

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You can then use File -> Browse for a source file... to select the .iso file to burn. Double-check that Mode -> Write is selected; once selected, your screen should look similar to Figure 2.6.1.1b. Once a blank media is inserted into the DVD drive, it should show as the Destination. Simply click the Write icon in the lower left corner to begin the burn.

Figure 2.6.1.1b: Selecting the Source File (.iso) and Destination (DVD burner) in ImgBurn

Imgburn2.png

NEED IMAGE FROM WINDOWS SYSTEM AS WINE DOES NOT SEE DVD DRIVE