How to burn iso image from command prompt

How to burn iso image from command prompt?

Most of computer geeks prefer work from command prompt. There are so many reason for using command prompt although.

The most important feature of an ISO image is that it can be easily “burned”, to a CD, a DVD, or a BD by using media authoring or disc burning software. It can also be opened using any file archive software. ISO burning is now typically a native feature of modern operating systems like windows 8 or 10.

Here we came with a new series of “Command prompt tips and tricks” in this series this is first post. I got one question from my student that “Is it possible to burn ISO file from Command prompt?” so I am writing this post for helping him and other who need it.

The question was Is it possible to burn ISO file from Command prompt?

So answer is Yes, it is possible to burn ISO file from command line easily.

Step to burn ISO in cd or DVD from command line:

Windows architecture is like whatever in system32 you can access directly from cmd or Run prompt.

Suppose you want to open firefox from run or cmd just run the command firefox.exe.

For burning ISO from cmd you need to start command prompt and run the command “ISOBURN” (although you can use isoburn also because windows is not case sensitive).

This command will give you a popup like shown below.

How to burn iso image from command prompt

NOTE: if you are not getting you can use {isoburn.exe} and try.

 

Syntax of the command iSOburn is:

Isoburn.exe /q [drive latter of dvd ] [path of ISO file]

Eg.

Isoburn.exe /q D: C:\Users\yogesh\Desktop\win10.iso

How to burn iso image from command prompt

After a moment you will see like this:

How to burn iso image from command prompt

Just click on burn and iso burning will be start.

You can use verify disk after burning. Hope you like it guys please share it with your friends also

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