ISO Image, from the definition of wikipedia, is an archive file (a.k.a. disk image) of an optical disc using a coventional ISO format that is supported by many software vendors. ISO image files typically have a file extension of .ISO but Mac OS X ISO images often have the extension ".CDR". The name "ISO" is taken from the ISO 9660 file system used with CD-ROM media but the term ISO image can refer to any optical disc image, even a UDF image.

CD/DVD-ROM to .ISO

If you are looking for a cd/dvd -rom to iso creator, Lucersoft is offering this free handy tool. No need for you to install the program. It's that easy.

1. Download the file here.

2. Unzip the file on your hard drive/Desktop.

3. Just click on the icon, and it will automatically locate where your CD/DVD-ROM is.

4. Hit the "Create ISO" button. It will ask for a location. Your new disk image will be stored there. Then click "Save". After a couple of minutes, you will have your own ISO image!

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