Not sure why you want it to be an iso file. Why not use CloneCD to get a 100% copy? I never played with ISO images becaue CloneCD and sopme other softwares are so capable of doing it. They are all perfect images, just a bit diff as far as handeling. If I had to make one, I would use CloneCD to make an image as a bin/cue and then use WinISO to make it into an ISO file. It may be able to make an ISO file directly. But like I said, I never saw a need to do this since CloneCD does basicly the same thing. then if I want to burn that image I just use CloneCD to burn it back to an exact copy.
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