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Easymac79

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Need help burning a .daa image to a disc.
« on: April 05, 2009, 10:35:09 pm »
Hi, I am trying to burn a .daa image to a disc, and the included k3b burning tool does not work for those. I tried to get poweriso, and i cannot figure out how to install the program. I was reading online that slapt get helps you with that. so, i tried to get slapt-get, and i couldnt figure out how to install it either. Can you either help me install one of those, or direct me to another program that i have or can install easily. I selected full when i installed linux, so if it was there, i probably have it.
Once this .daa image is on the disc, i will no longer be with linux, so i don't want none of the fish crap, i need a fish now, i cannot wait til one bites.
Thank you in advance.

nightflier

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Re: Need help burning a .daa image to a disc.
« Reply #1 on: April 05, 2009, 10:45:38 pm »
.daa is a proprietary format used by PowerISO. http://poweriso.com/ $29.95 will buy you a fish with support.

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