Installation :: How To Burn ISO File From Download
Jan 17, 2016
I received a notice that Windows 10 has started to download on my desktop. I do not want to install it now. How can I burn it to a ISO file (DVD) for a later installation? My current OS is Windows 7 Ultimate.
I used the media installation tool to download a Windows 10 ISO file on a USB, but when I checked the guide it said that I'll have to burn it to a DVD. Can't I just use winRAR or Daimon Tools to open it?
If I install it using the ISO on a Windows 7 Ultimate x32 but without SP1 installed, will it ask me for a serial key?
I've downloaded the ISO image and tried to burn it to DVD only to find that is too large 5.6 GIG and doesn't fit on a 4.7 : is there a way to get it to fit or can I extract it to desktop and run it from there?
I have a legal copy ( and registered) of windows 7 ultimate on my desktop pc. I cannot get the windows 10 upgrade icon. have tried all the ways to fix the issue to no avail. I use to be a technet subscriber who could download windows software already as an iso file, so I'm looking for the same type in the windows 10 upgrade.
My brother upgraded to win 10 then had great problems with drivers which I am trying to sort out for him but at the moment he has rolled back to win 7. The only problem he has now is that he can't download pictures from his camera either by connecting via usb cable or putting the sd card in a slot on his laptop. We can view them but not copy, paste or download them to the computer. we have re-installed the programme that came with the camera which always worked fine with Win 7 before. All we are getting every time we try to transfer the images no matter what method we use is a pop up saying you do not have permission to do this action. he is logged in as an administrator. I have tried logging in as a user, logging as a different adminstrator but am now running out of options ....
I have tried to delete items from the download file. I select the files to be deleted and hit delete. Nothing happens. If I his delete again, a box comes up saying file is no longer there. But it still appears in the download file.
I tried to download a RAR file from a trusted web site but the file is blocked from down loading it keep coming up that the file has a Virus in it, I contacted the Admin of the site they say the file is fine so why is windows 10 Blocking a trusted web site Downloads ? [URL] ....
If I tranfere big files and lots of them internally in my HDD Drive, I have noticed that if I play a videofile at the same time it will lag. I understand this is because the internal write and read speed is overloaded because of the file transfere.
What I want to know is, will the file transfere also slow down my download to the same drive, since the filetransfere is using almost all of the write speed?
tried to burn some files to the DVD deleted them from the popup dialog box that you click on you have files waiting to burn but now the autoplay feature doesn't work can't brows the files on the DVD or when i put a DVD movie in to play it doesn't play
Since upgrading to Windows 10, I have been unable to burn iso files to disk, sometimes I get an error message, saying this could be due to disk utility burn speed. Most of the time just a message, an error occurred.With this same computer, I never had a problem with Windows 8, I also have Linux Mint, dual-booted on this laptop, and it will burn images to disk.Is there some way to tweak the disk burn utility?
This update "Säkerhetsuppdatering för Internet Explorer Flash Player i Windows 10 Version 1511 för x64-baserade datorer (KB3119147)" (Swedish !!! but I bet You can guess my problem )stops att 95% when downloading. Have waited for hours.I have restarted several times but no diff result.
1. Go into "C:WindowsSoftwareDistributionDownload" and delete everything in that folder. 2. Now, run the command prompt as an administrator. Type in "wuauclt.exe /updatenow". 3. Go to your Control Panel > Windows Update and your Windows 10 should start re-downloading from scratch
Windows Update is stuck at 98% download of 2,085.1MB and won't stop downloading as I have task manager on. It's been over 4.2GB download and I'm afraid to stop it.
It's been 2 days since I've first downloaded the media creation tool for downloading Windows 10. Though I haven't received any notifications for reservation, I made sure my laptop's up to the task.
I've the Windows 10 Setup and it doesn't download the OS files (it's always stuck on 0%), and honestly, I am getting so frustrated with exiting the setup, rebooting my laptop into safe mode, deleting folders, rebooting again, restarting download, and repeating the process! Worst of all, when my download hit 68%, it suddenly exits.
IS THERE ANY WAY TO GET THE DOWNLOAD DONE? Or could I get the OS .iso file on any file hosting site do I could know (and monitor) whether or not the download is starting! Because I've spent sleepless nights waiting for the 0% to turn into 1%.
My system: OS: Windows 8.1 Single Language CPU: i3 3227-U 1.9 Ghz Gfx Card: nVidia 630M HDD: 700 GB RAM: 4 GB
I am upgrading from Windows 7 to a pc but it seems to be stuck looking for updates. should I start again? Well, I am starting over but was wondering if I could do something different to avoid the problem.
I have downloaded Windows 10 and scheduled installation for this evening. I would now like to delay installation as I am worried about my old Microsoft Money and want to investigate further. How can I reschedule or cancel my download?
I recently bought a reconditioned Desktop, (Hewlett Packard xw6400 workstation). It came with pre-installed Windows 7 premium and a Nvidia Quadro NVS 440 graphics card.
Once I had downloaded and installed all the available updates, I had the W10 icon in the taskbar. Fine!
But when I tried to install W10, a message told me that my version of Windows 7 was incompatible. I upgraded to Windows 7 professional and tried again. This time I was told that my graphics card was incompatible, so I changed it to a Nvidia GeForce GT610.
Following this I uninstalled the Windows 10 icon (KB3035583) completely from my machine. The following day the icon had re-appeared on my taskbar. When I tried again to download W10, I was again told my graphics card was incompatible, but although I had changed and discarded completely the offending graphic's card the W10 app was still seeing the Nvidia Quadro NVS 440 and not the GeForce GT610 which is now installed.