2016 ISO File

Posted on 2016-07-18
Last Modified: 2016-07-19
I have a Office 2016 ISO file in the size of 840,186KB that I'm trying to download onto a disc to retrieve the files. I'm unable to burn this file to a 700 MB disc. Are there any other suggestions others can provide to get the ISO file downloaded to for install? Many Thanks in advance.
Question by:dlmyersdta
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ID: 41718022
The file is too large to fit on the cd disc try burning it to a dvd media instead.
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Lee W, MVP earned 500 total points
ID: 41718080
Agreed - either burn it to DVD OR extract it (7-Zip should work) and run setup from there.  Or mount it - Windows 8 and 10 will mount ISOs.
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Expert Comment

ID: 41718210
you can also put it on an usb stick:
first use 7-zip to extract the iso on your disk
then copy the files to usb stick, and run setup from it
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Expert Comment

ID: 41719170
Instead of trying to burn,  you could also use virtual clone drive

Author Comment

ID: 41719373
I appreciate everyone's feedback. The 7-Zip application did the trick and eliminated the need for a disc.
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Expert Comment

ID: 41719524
don't forget to close this then !

Author Closing Comment

ID: 41719527
Great advice.

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