I initially formatted the DVD-RW into Live File System format but only copied the Ubuntu iso image instead of buring. Therefore, I formatted the DVD again in Windows 7 using right click. But it got formatted as UDF 2.01. Now I am unable to burn the Ubuntu iso image on it using "Windows disk image burner". I am getting the error as "There is no recordable disk in your disk burner.
I recently downloaded the ISO for Ubuntu 12.10 and tried to burn the ISO image to a CD but the disk image is too big for a standard 700 Mb CD-R. I tried to burn the ISO image to a DVD but I kept getting a wrong disk error message.
I'm trying to burn a house cd and remove the track markers. I've converted the individual .mp3 to .wav (for my old *** car). The problem is when I burn the files to disk (using brasero) there is a "track gap"...a small second gap between tracks that I don't want there.
Background: I want to install Ubuntu as a dual boot option on my 2009 Macbook Pro (5.3). The Ubuntu site says the most recent version of Ubuntu that works on that model is 10.04 The DVD drive is defective so won't read a disk image. So I want to boot/install from a USB image.
Problem: I cannot get the v10.04 image to burn a bootable UDB.
I know that in linux and osx it's easy to create a disk image that is encrypted and (given you know the key) can be mounted and you can read/write its content.
Under windows there are plenty of tools to encrypt single files, I also know how to create encrypted read-only iso but I need a way to create an image (let's say 10GB iso file) that once mounted behaves like a normal folder and application
This really doesn't seem to fit anywhere else.
What is the best way to make an image of 2 drives? Drive 0 is win7, drive 1 ubuntu. drive 2 has lots of free space, so I wanted to image a working system in case (usually read when ;D) I mess it up, I can get back up quickly. Tried ping, but it can't see the partitions on drive 2 ( 3 Tb, gpt).