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[http://www.imgburn.com/ ImgBurn] is an easy to use image burner for Windows that is available for free download. After installing and launching ImgBurn, select "Write image file to disk" from the main menu, seen in Figure 2.6.1.1a:
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'''Figure 2.6.1.1a: Initial ImgBurn Screen'''
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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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