Standalone ISO's What are they

  StellaArtois63 10:40 24 May 05
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When installing Microsoft Office 2003 I created standalone ISO's.I at first thought it was an option to install the parts I wanted but soon gathered when it was doing its stuff it wasn't what I had in mind. I have since installed Office with no problems but I am wondering what have I done by creating standalone ISO's. Any help in explaining what I have done and what they are will be greatfully apreciated.

  mattyc_92 10:41 24 May 05

An ISO is a CD or DVD image... Simply open your burning rom (nero for example) and select open.... Now just locate the ISO file and select it.... It will "burn" the file's contents to a disk...

  StellaArtois63 10:52 24 May 05

Thanks for a very quick reply matty c_92, does this mean that I have in theory 2 copies on my hardrive because at 647mb I would like to delete it. If so how do I go about it, thanks.

  mattyc_92 10:59 24 May 05

The ISO file is basically like a Zip file... You can reomve this safely (or just burn it to another disk)

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