Burn Windows Media Player physical disks to ISO file

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So here's the situation. I used Windows Media Player to burn physical disks. But now I would like to try to burn it to an ISO file. How can I do that? This is on Windows 10.
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  • Subhendu Sen
    By default, WMP can only interact with optical discs in physical drives, & cannot burn data from an ISO file. It is possible, if ISO file mounts in a virtual drive. But this task consumes some times. It is better to use built-in tool for burn. Insert a black disk & right click on it. Now select Burn disk image from pop-up. Now the Windows Disc Image Burner tool starts. Select the drive with your blank CD/DVD. Then click Burn to complete the job. Also you can download/install ImgBurn (free to use) and can do the task including ISO burning.
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  • Subhendu Sen
    Also you can try to burn through command prompt and it is an easy procedure. For this purpose, it is needed to open the command line Or CMD. After getting command prompt, type the following,

    isoburn.exe /q TargetDrive SourceDrive

    here TargerDrive is your CD/ DVD drive name (like D/E/F or whatever it is) and SourceDrive is the location of your file, that is ISO file.

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