Is that possible to burn an
.iso file to a DVD using command prompt in Windows 7 or 8?
If yes, how would I do that?
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Yes it is possible to burn iso files from the windows command line, however only in Windows 7 and above.
ISO or IMG image files can be burned in both Windows 7 or 8 from the command line quite easily. First, open the Command Prompt and then type isoburn to get the following guick syntax guide. As has been noted in the discussion below, you don't need to reference.exe since it lives in the system32 folder.
Start isoburn.exe using the following command and parameters:
isoburn.exe /q [the CD/DVD writing drive]
isoburn.exe /q D: C:\Users\JDoe\Desktop\image.iso
After a few moments, you'll see:
While yes, the process can be fired up from the command line, this window may still need to be closed by hand.
Alternatively you could use ImgBurn, which has great command line support and tons of extra options (too many to list here) over the built in