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Create a ISO Image but Error HRESULT 0x800402A0

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Hi,

I want to create an ISO image form a bootably DVD, but it doesn't work.

After I choose the disk.iso name, I get this error message

HRESULT 0x800402A0

 

What should this mean, what is wrong?

 

Thanks Toni

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Great --- your question is my answer :-P

It is my mistake, because I remember me - there was a menu item...

- Data disc (my eyes see '..create ISO image..')

- select the DVD drive

- Menu: File / Save compilation as ISO file..

- Choose an name. Disc.iso

- Error: HRESULT 0x800402A0

 

The correct way is...

- Copy or grab disc

- Target - Hard disk :wink2:

 

Thanks for your help ;) ;) ;)

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On 8/26/2014 at 10:15 AM, ToniMaroni said:

The correct way is...

- Copy or grab disc

- Target - Hard disk :wink2:

i made the same mistake. Thanks you!

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So, I am getting this same error.

I have a folder of files on the hard drive.  I want to save them in an ISO format, because the application expects a data disc, so I can use a mounted ISO image here.  I enter the "create an ISO image" option, select my folder of files in the source area (top panel), then select FILE > Save compilation as ISO file, give it a name on the target disk, and then I get this HRESULT: 0x800402A0 error.

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Looks like an oversight in error handling on my side. In order to select the data for ISO image creation, you need to add them to the "disc" layout at the bottom (as you would do when burning a data disc).

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