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Burn ISO: How to set a different volume label?

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I've looked all around the help and searched here in the forum, but did not find the answer to my question.

I have an ISO file (I did not create it), I burned it and the CD has the volume label that came from the ISO.

Now I want to burn that ISO again but override that volume label with a different one. How to do that? I hope I am just overlooking something easy... thanks in advance for pointing me to documentation and/or help doing this.

Thanks and regards,

--appyface

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No wonder I couldn't find it :-) I'm glad it wasn't me this time!!! Thanks Flo.

Possible addition for the wishlist? My ugly bloated thing called Nero 8 allows modification of all of the 'header' and 'label' information before burning an ISO, and I have absolutely no intention of installing that monster again if I can help it. It is a very handy feature though.

I did find a workaround of sorts. I installed IsoMaster on linux and used that to make a modified copy of the ISO, then burned that one. PITA but it worked.

Best,

--appyface

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Possible addition for the wishlist? My ugly bloated thing called Nero 8 allows modification of all of the 'header' and 'label' information before burning an ISO, and I have absolutely no intention of installing that monster again if I can help it.

I did find a workaround of sorts. I installed IsoMaster on linux and used that to make a modified copy of the ISO, then burned that one. PITA but it worked.

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