Use the free versions of deep burner
) Select the 'burn ISO
image' option the locate the ISO image file and burn it to cd/dvd.
Two day after I installed my copy of Visual Studio 2008 I booted the machine
and ended up with a BSOD. I didn't have time to troubleshoot the problem,
but re-imaging my drive with a current backup (without VS 2008 installed)
certainly solved the problem. I suppose I'll have to get around to
re-installing it again to see if the problem still persists. Of course Vista
SP 1 Beta may have contributed to the problem:-)
John Barnett MVP
Windows - Shell/User
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"abcd" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message
>I am using Windows Vista 64 bit Business Edition. I got Visual Studio 2008
> iso image. are there any free tools who can extract that for me. Any
> suggestion. I tried using free isobuster but it does not extract this iso.
> Any help will appriciated.