Burn ISO files using Command Prompt in Windows 10/8/7

6 Comments

  1. Tried your instructions above with isoburn command to burn an image onto a floppy disk and it did not work. The command I used was:
    C:WINDOWSsystem32>isoburn.exe /Q: A: C:UsersmeDesktopOS2 WARPIBM OS2 Warp 4.52 (4.52.14.086_W4)ibm_warpclient_cp2_v4_52_boot.iso

    What gives? If isoburn.exe is not suitable to burn floppies, what other command or utility (hopefully free) will do the job in Windows 10?

  2. Use the batch command ‘exit’ followed by the keystroke ‘Enter’. That would be handy as the last line in a batch command file.

  3. Not sure I understand. Are you suggesting this URL?
    I was hoping to do the iso burn in the Windows 10 command window using Windows batch command(s).

  4. “why anyone would want to go this route”? Simple: daily backup, scheduled to run unattended.

  5. Reminder: Remove spaces from folder and file names. I could not get it to run correctly until I cleaned things up myself.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *


8 + 7 =