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    What are some good quality freeware ISO makers that support a lot of different options and let you make large ISO files without a limit to their size? I know of some shareware and paid ones but which are good freeware? Also, where's a good site that explains all the concepts to do with burning and such things? For example, some games I try to create into iso files but they stop halfway through or they're too big..I just want to not have the disk, thats all..but I dont think I know enough about everything..the protections...the ways to burn...etc...of course I am talking about legal games I've bought...thats all I want to know...how to play them as ISO's..and first, how to BURN them, both to a disk and to an iso file..would help,...also the whole cd/cd-r/dvd/terminology would help..if you know of some sites...I just want to learn but dont know where to look

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    Did you search the forums? Or at least look through the first page in the Burning Software forum? I didn't think so.

    Right below your thread is a thread named "best .iso maker thingy". How 'bout it? Go check it out.
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    Did you search the forums? Or at least look through the first page in the Burning Software forum? I didn't think so.
    Yes I did, and my question differs from his...I only ask it in a seperate thread because its different..I read that whole thread and nothing in it satisfied my question...

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    The free edition of Alcohol 52% has to be about the best, since it's the only free ISO maker that I'm aware of that handles copy protections:
    http://www.free-downloads.net/progra...__Free_Edition

    Note that this is a free edition - not a time-limited demo.

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    The best thing is that the solution mwb1100 gives is shown in the thread referred to by NetSoerfer.

    Really difficult stuff.
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    I didn't mean to be rude, it's just hard sometimes not to be annoyed at the same questions being asked again and again.

    You'll want to try Alcohol 52%, as mwb110 says it's the best that's available and it's free.

    About learning how to create images... That's not something that can be explained in a few sentences, it differs from copy protection to copy protection. Use ProtectionID (google) to find out which copy protection was used on a disc, then set Alcohol 52% to the corresponding profile. If that doesn't work, search the forums - someone will probably already have asked about it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mwb1100 View Post
    The free edition of Alcohol 52% has to be about the best, since it's the only free ISO maker that I'm aware of that handles copy protections:
    Alcohol 52% Free Edition

    Note that this is a free edition - not a time-limited demo.
    Which will also install the Babylon toolbar and search as well as a bunch of other crap along with it regardless of whether you choose not to.

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