How do I convert a bootable IMG file with windows OS to a bootable ISO file in Linux?

Posted on 2013-01-28
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How do I convert a bootable IMG file with windows OS to a bootable ISO file in Linux?
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MimicTech earned 400 total points
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have you tried the ccd2iso command

ccd2iso name-of-file.img name-of-file.iso
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Gerwin Jansen, EE MVE earned 980 total points
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Just renaming maybe?

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MimiTech: Yes, it was the first thing I tried. I got the error:
Unrecognized sector mode (0) at sector 0!

But it would propably be a solution in many other cases.

Shockingly, and embarrasingly enough, renaming to iso simply worked :)

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