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Like its previous versions also allows to burn and mount ISO and IMG image files easily and without any help of third-party tools.

Burning as an ISO file to CD/DVD is easy as you just need to navigate to the folder containing the ISO and IMG file, right-click on the file and then click on Burn disc image option to launch Disc Image Burner dialogue where you need to select the optional CD/DVD and then click burn.

That’s one way to do it but you can also do the same thing from the .

Burn ISO/IMG image file from Command Prompt in Windows 10

Follow the given below directions to burn an ISO or IMG file from Command Prompt in Windows 10/8/7.

Step 1: Open Command Prompt by typing it in the search box or right-clicking on the taskbar and selecting its option.

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Step 2: Now type the following command and press enter.

isoburn.exe /Q [path to ISO file]

For instance, if an ISO image file named Example.ISO file is located in the of “C” drive, then you would type the following command.

isoburn.exe /Q C:\Example.iso

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If there is an empty CD/DVD in the optical drive, Windows will start burning the file.

Step 3: If there is no empty CD/DVD in the tray, you will see a message which says “There is no recordable disc in your disc burner”

Insert and empty CD/DVD and then click on the Burn button to begin the process. If you want to verify the disc for any errors after burning, check the option labelled Verify disc after burning option before clicking Burn button.

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