How to Burn ISO File to Disc? - AOMEI Backupper

Posted by @AOMEI

March 13, 2018

The ISO file actually is an image file, used by CD, DVD or Blu-ray Disc.

 

The ISO file, also called disc image, is a copy of an entire data CD or DVD. After making an AOMEI Backupper bootable ISO file, you will first need to burn the ISO file to a CD/DVD or USB flash drive before you can use it. This article will show you how to burn ISO files to USB flash drive and CD/DVD with various burning software.

Before you do

  • Download a CD, DVD, or Blu-Ray burning software (here we take UltraISO, BurnAware, and FreeISOBurner for demonstration).
  • Prepare a USB flash drive or a recordable CD, DVD, Blu-Ray disc.
  • Make sure your computer has a CD, DVD, or Blu-Ray burner.

How to Burn Bootable CD with FreeISOBurner

  1. Insert your CD-Rom, and then launch FreeISOBurner, click the "Open" button to add the ISO file, choose your disc (CD/DVD or Blu-ray Disc) in the Drive section;

  2. Click "Burn" to burn the ISO file, after a while it will be completed.

How to Burn AOMEI Backupper Bootable Disc with UltraISO

Burn bootable USB flash drive

  • Download and install UltraISO. Start the software and click "Continue to Try" to use the trial version;

  • In the main menu select "File"->"Open" to add the Backupper ISO file to the project;

  • Insert your USB drive;
  • In the main menu select "Bootable"->"Write Disk Image";

  • In the popup window, choose your USB flash drive, select a "write method" and then start writing.

Burn Bootable CD/DVD

  1. The first three steps are the same as "burn bootable USB flash drive".
  2. In the main menu, select "Tools"->"Burn CD/DVD Image".

  3. In the popup window, choose your disc (CD/DVD or Blu-ray Disk), and then click the "Burn" button to start burning;

At last you can use the bootable CD or USB flash drive to backup and restore.

How to Burn Bootable CD with BurnAware

  1. Launch BurnAware and insert your CD, select "Burn Image" in the main window;

  2. In the popup window, choose your disc (CD/DVD or Blu-ray Disk) and click the "Browse" button to add the ISO file;

  3. Finally, click the "Burn" button to burn the ISO file. Then you could use the bootable disc to backup and restore.

Download free 3rd-party burning software.