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I cannot find the iso file on my computer

I have a new desktop computer which is running vista home edition. when i try to copy movies onto hard drive and make copies there does not seem to be a iso file. can someone help?

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Dear Sir/Madam,

It does not change ISO file. ISO file is to create with software available at http://www.poweriso.com/

Once you have used this software to create ISO. If u have using nero they has also a option for creating ISO file. Check settings.....


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