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I'm after a really simple utility to rip ISO's from CD's and DVD's on Windows 7.

Ideally it would be very small, free and have no spammy-ness to it (no advers, no nags etc). A simple right click of the DVD drive then convert to ISO...

Any recommendations?..

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Try isobuster (can read discs with errors) or LC IsoCreator (just 52Kb)

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I like the basicness of LC ISOCreator. Thanks –  Greg B Jul 26 '10 at 14:25
+1 for LC IsoCreator. I only need to perform one function (create ISOs from disk) and this tool does exactly that. Love the minimalism! –  John Sep 13 '11 at 13:17
LC IsoCreator link is dead and taken over by a domain squatter. –  user26398 Jun 9 '12 at 4:13
@user26398 Link updated. –  nahar Jun 11 '12 at 7:58
The LC ISOCreator link installs a bunch of adware, BEWARE –  daaxix Feb 6 at 17:54


Free (no cost), and simple, simple to use.

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imgburn is fantastic! –  acidzombie24 Sep 13 '10 at 19:26
Beware the 2 screens of adware opt-out on the installer, though. Choose "Custom Install" and uncheck the box in both instances. –  codekaizen Mar 12 at 22:13

ISO Recorder is also a nice simple tool, and free also.


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