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ISO, better performance?
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Does running an ISO from your computer have better performance than running it from the disc? thats the impression I have been given atleast, if so is there a program you could reccomend? possibly how to, but if I just have the program I should be able to figure it out myselfWink
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#2
yes, using an ISO gives a speed boost.
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#3
aight, thanks for your answear, but what program should I use to make an ISO out of the cd?
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#4
http://www.lucersoft.com/files/free/LCISOCreator.zip
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#5
I use imgburn, but there's tons of them out there
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#6
I use Deamon Tools
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#7
ok, thanks everyone for your answearsSmile
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#8
Just out of interest, I wonder if it would be faster to extract the iso to raw files in a folder and get a plugin to run it from there?
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(04-13-2009, 04:24 PM)asvati Wrote: Does running an ISO from your computer have better performance than running it from the disc? thats the impression I have been given atleast, if so is there a program you could reccomend? possibly how to, but if I just have the program I should be able to figure it out myself;)

I use CDRWin,i have a little tip for you when you have Burned ISO then Use Linuz CDVD Plugin and Compress them to Gain Space.

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(04-13-2009, 07:08 PM)The Warrior Wrote: ...
I use CDRWin,i have a little tip for you when you have Burned ISO then Use Linuz CDVD Plugin and Compress them to Gain Space.
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Do you notice any performance loss from reading a compressed iso?
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