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Old 11th March 2012, 03:42 PM
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Brasero data buring issue


I have installed Fedora 16 32 bit. I have also installed Brasero program to write stuff to DVD etc. But I have observed that whenever I use a re-writable DVD ie DVD-RW and burn an iso image downloaded off the internet it works well. But when I want to write a normal data file such as an image, documetns, movies etc. It asks me to create an iso of the same no matter what format that normal file is. Is this what happens with Brasero? Thanks.

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