.iso help (in Off-topic)

Unappreciated Misnomer March 20 2009 4:41 PM EDT

i have fallout3 and im using daemon tools to mount the image and play the game. my only problem is i want to put it on a DVD, its just the thing is too gosh darn big, 5.7 gigs! can anyone recommend a free dvd burning software that will allow multiple DVD burns, or a means to compress and get it onto one DVD, i was think of finding something like WinAvi but for this type of media but its been so long since ive done any messing around i forgot what to mess around with.

TheCakeIsTheTruth March 20 2009 4:43 PM EDT

You need dual/double layer DVDRs man. They hold 8.5GB. I recommend Verbatim.

Unappreciated Misnomer March 20 2009 5:08 PM EDT

cool beans

Brakke Bres [Ow man] March 20 2009 8:23 PM EDT

warez? see faq

TheCakeIsTheTruth March 20 2009 8:25 PM EDT

It may not be warez, he could of ripped his own game for a backup. As far as we know.

AdminShade March 20 2009 10:11 PM EDT

I'm not taking a party in this matter but if he wants to make full use of his DVD, just be quite careful with it instead of making .iso's of it... :)

Daz March 20 2009 10:27 PM EDT

Well, it could be a problem with the persons DVD drive where it stops working after an hour or so use, etc.
I know that when I buy a PSP game, the first thing I do it go and download it, because my PSP can't read disks at all.

Sickone March 20 2009 11:05 PM EDT

Two ways to do it : 8+ GB DVD, or use a compression program to write it archeived on two normal 4+ GB DVD, then you need to un-archeive it on your HDD any time you want to use it.
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