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Add a file to an image file (.nrg) before burning it.

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I have an image file (.nrg) and want to burn it, but it seems that it is non-multisession.  I have a Readme.txt file that I have to add to the DVD+R before burning it.  How can I do this? With multisession, I burn it and then just re-burn the .txt file onto it.  Is this the best way to do this?
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you can use a program like magic iso to extract the image file add the .txt file and then recreate the image with that file included.
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Looks good, I've just installed MagicISO and have opened the .NRG file and am saving it as a .ISO file now with the additional files I wanted. Cool, thanks.

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Your welcome
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