ISO vs Copy and Paste Tags: ISO Burner Explorer Storage Last response: January 31, 2011 3:47 AM in Storage Share gooner2005 January 30, 2011 3:22:29 PM Hi, Whats the difference between creating an ISO image of an OS for burning, and going to explorer and copying the contents to a directory for burning ? Thanks More about : iso copy paste abdussamad January 31, 2011 3:47:53 AM The ISO image will be bootable. That is you can boot off the CD to start the OS installation. Can't find your answer ? Ask ! Publish Related resources: ForumMac Cut/ Paste vs . Copy/Paste Doc Feature ForumISO and actual sensitivity in DSLR's (D70, *istD, 20D, S3... ForumDifficult technical question on ISO & light ForumCopy and paste excel 2007 Forumhow to enable copy and paste on dvd-rw drives? ForumFile size vs disk size in downloaded ISO ForumISO : Speaker Reconing ForumISO noise vs . long exposure noise ForumBootmgr missing error from usb windows 7 ISO ForumHow to put iso files into pen drive ForumLaptop not recognizing . iso file when booting from a DVD ForumHow to backup usb key into iso file ForumThermal Pad vs Paste Forumhow to avoid noise at higher iso ? ForumFirst SSD advice? ForumHow do I copy my Harddisk? Forum[Solved] Copy/Cloning. ForumHow to copy my itunes to my passport hard drive ForumPictures wont copy to CDRW or dvd rw Forum[Troubleshooting; File Issues]Can not copy/move file off of drive More resources Read discussions in other Storage categories Hard Drives DVD Drives DVD Writers Optical Media Flash Media NAS/RAID SSD Western Digital !