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Burn ISO FIles directly in Windows Vista without any 3rd party tool?

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Is it possible to burn an ISO image in Windows VIsta directly to a CD or DVD without a 3rd Party Tool?
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@bsharath: that involves 3rd party tools, and its not burning, its mounting.

You will need a 3rd party application to burn an ISO image, but there are many free small ones out there such as DVD Decrypter (personal favorite) and Nero that will get the job done. Alternately, you can do something like what bsharath suggested and mount the image using software such as Daemon Tools. This emulates an extra CD/DVD drive and puts the ISO there as if you had burned it and put it in your regular drive.
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