Re: Open Source ISO burner: Win 7 64-bit

Subject: Re: Open Source ISO burner: Win 7 64-bit
From: Lee Fisher <blibbet -at- gmail -dot- com>
To: salt -dot- morton -at- gmail -dot- com
Date: Fri, 13 Apr 2012 15:22:37 -0700

On 4/13/12 9:28 AM, Chris Morton wrote:
> I looked at InfraRecorder yesterday, but it's pretty insistent about
> loading all sorts of extra garbage on my computer, including sponsor
> software that I (seemingly) couldn't avoid even when choosing the
> [Advanced] installation option and deselecting everything possible.

Yuck. I should disclaim that I didn't try InfraRecorder, but it was listed on the Open Disc education distro, which was IMO a good indicator. I've not needed to burn an ISO for a long time, that's what thumbdrives are for. :-)

Last time I checked, OpenDisc used their own installers for the stuff they bundle, so that might sidestep the bad one you mentioned.
http://www.theopendisc.com/education/

And Infracorder also has a "portable" zip version, in addition to their normal installer, in case that can help bypass some of the problems you mention.
http://sourceforge.net/projects/infrarecorder/files/InfraRecorder/0.52/ir052_portable_x64.zip/download

Or building from source, and ignore the installer, it is GPL: C++, using ATL + WTL, using Visual C++, and 2 external lib dependencies.
http://sourceforge.net/projects/infrarecorder/files/InfraRecorder/0.52/ir052_src.zip/download


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References:
Open Source ISO burner: Win 7 64-bit: From: Chris Morton
RE: Open Source ISO burner: Win 7 64-bit: From: john . bruin
Re: Open Source ISO burner: Win 7 64-bit: From: Lee Fisher
Re: Open Source ISO burner: Win 7 64-bit: From: Chris Morton

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