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Azzkiker

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  1. It's the Windows 10 System-repair Disc which can be generated using the integreted "Windows 7" backup-system in Windows 10. The size which is burned is only about 300MB. Also burning takes only some minutes and also the creation of an ISO-file using Anyburn gives me a ISO-File with only 300MB. Maybe CDBurnerXP isn't completely compatible with Windows 10 or there is some driver-issue.
  2. I don't know my older version. There was some automatic update and after this i get the bigger ISO-Files. I also guess the file is always filled up to match the Disc-size. But i don't know why this should be necessary.
  3. I like to create a ISO-Image of my windows 10 rescue-disc. After is start reading using CDBurnerXP v4.5.6.5931 it takes a very long time to read the disc and i get a 4700MB file, but the disc is only about 300MB big. It doesn't matter if i use single track or whole disc mode. Mounting the ISO-file shows me 300MB data. So why is the ISO-file the size of the pure media and not the size of the used media? When using older CDBurnerXP i get smaller files. My OS is Windows 10 x64
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