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Kusaywa [Avatar]
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Is there a way to save my data (or any) compilation to ISO? Example: If I go to Data Disc, CD, then add the items I want to my compilation. Instead of burning it, can I make an ISO? Thanks
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Quote Is there a way to save my data (or any) compilation to ISO? Example: If I go to Data Disc, CD, then add the items I want to my compilation. Instead of burning it, can I make an ISO? Thanks


hi, I need to ask 1) What version of Power2Go do you have. 2) Is it the pro version or the semi-expired trial vesion.

Why an ISO file?

An ISO file is a disc image file. When you are ready to burn, look at the tools menu near the top. The drop down will give you several options inclouding disc image (as a p2i file).

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You got me pointed in the right direction, anyway. I'm using the trial version of 11. When making a data compilation, in the middle of the window, it lists your burner. If you change it to Cyberlink Image Recorder, you can save your compilation as an ISO. Click Next when you're ready and in the next window, click Burn. Another window will open where you can save your compilation on your PC. Default is Power2Go Image file (.p2i) but you can change the drop-down to .iso. Note: Only a data compilation will let you save to iso, audio will only allow .p2i.
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