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Date:      Tue, 03 Oct 2006 12:50:23 +0800
From:      Foo JH <jhfoo-ml@extracktor.com>
To:        Ryan and Sabrina Tardi <tardi@prairie.ca>
Cc:        questions@FreeBSD.org
Subject:   Re: downloading Free BSD
Message-ID:  <4521EC0F.6080103@extracktor.com>
In-Reply-To: <000501c6dd25$bd0cd0e0$4230c8cd@ryan37ebc46477>
References:  <000501c6dd25$bd0cd0e0$4230c8cd@ryan37ebc46477>

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ISO format represents an image of a CD. If you have a Windows OS, use 
the CD burning software that comes with it to recreate the CD from the 
ISO file. Do not burn the file into the CD as-is.

Ryan and Sabrina Tardi wrote:
> What do I do with the ISO files once they are downloaded?  Do I burn
> them directly to a CD then use the CD to install?  Forgive me for my
> ignorance of ISO files!
>  
> Ryan and Sabrina Tardi
> 155 Calder Rd.
> St. Andrews, MB R1A 4B6
> H 204.785.9781
> C 204.799.3968
> tardi@prairie.ca
>  
>
>   




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