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Any good ISO burner software without Conduit/OpenCandy?

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Posted · Original PosterOP

I've been looking everywhere and I can't find an advanced third-party program to burn ISOs that doesn't have the malware Conduit or OpenCandy. I have already removed Conduit 3 times from my PC because software doesn't even seem to ask you anymore. Is there a good program without malware that can do this?


 

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Posted · Original PosterOP

I tried to install PowerISO and malwarebytes moved OpenCandy to quarantine. ImgBurn caused an entire Conduit mess on my laptop yesterday.


 

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Why do you want a third party app? Windows has a built in one.


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I tried to install PowerISO and malwarebytes moved OpenCandy to quarantine. ImgBurn caused an entire Conduit mess on my laptop yesterday.

ImgBurn is clean, I use it myself. Are you sure you are downloading it from legitimate sources? If you are you are more than likely clicking through the setup too quickly without reading what the checkboxes say.

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Imgburn is a good application to burn ISOs. You could get a portable version of it to avoid all the ads that are associated with the installer: http://portableapps.com/node/21615


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Posted · Original PosterOP

Why do you want a third party app? Windows has a built in one.

I need to install Windows 7 to a USB drive because my laptop doesn't have an optical drive.


 

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+1 for imgburn  Nice and clean.  

 

Also if you want to avoid bloatware and you like easy install process, always use ninite.com


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I use DeepBurner http://www.deepburner.com/ . Its old and doesn't have really good support for anything bigger than dvds. But works good with .iso files.


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