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Where does IMGBurn put an ISO it creates?

I almost never do this, so I'm at a loss:

I just had IMGBurn read an audio disc and create an image. Now, I have no idea where that image is, and can't burn it. I looked in My Documents and Program Files (x86), and have found nothing.

I am on Windows 7, if it matters.

Can anyone help me out?

Re: Where does IMGBurn put an ISO it creates?

Reply #1
You could check the log
%AppData%\ImgBurn\Log Files\ImgBurn.log

With the default settings (if you don't specify a location) the file should be in the documents folder.
If you specified a location that required elevated permissions you could look in
%localappdata%\virtualstore
korth

Re: Where does IMGBurn put an ISO it creates?

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Where does IMGBurn put an ISO it creates?
There's a "Destination" box below the box that shows the original files.

You could also search your hard drive for *.ISO.

Re: Where does IMGBurn put an ISO it creates?

Reply #3
There was a destination box, which pointed me to the file location. I would not have found it without your help. I've only used IMGBurn to create an image file once before, and was at a loss. It ended up being on an external USB hard drive I only use for archival purposes.

 
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