Folder2Iso v3.1

billon on 30 Apr 2016
  • 3MB (uncompressed)
  • Released on 30 Apr 2016
  • Suggested by Andrew Lee

Folder2Iso provides a quick and easy way of creating an ISO image from a given folder (and subfolders). The ISO image can then be written to CD using any CD burner that supports ISO images.

Category:
System Requirements: WinXP / Vista / Win7 / Win8 / Win10
Writes settings to: Application folder
Stealth: ? No. HKLM\SOFTWARE\Cygwin
Unicode support: Partial
License: Freeware
How to extract: Download the self-extracting EXE and extract it content to a folder of your choice. Launch Folder2Iso.exe.
What's new?
  • Updated mkisofs to the newest version [3.02a06-win32-bin].
  • Changed settings file.
  • Tested and Ported : Windows 10.

16 comments on Folder2Iso  The Portable Freeware Collection Latest Entries Feed

Checker 2015-04-08 18:13

@ billon: Thanks ... and updated ;)

v3.0

Magibon 2013-04-06 14:31

@ billion, you can update it by clicking "Edit".

In addition, it's no longer stealth.
Now writes to HKLM, HKCU/Software/Cygwin

v1.7

Beeber 2011-04-26 19:40

@ Magibon
Thanks for that!
Your help is much appreciated.

V1.7

Magibon 2011-04-25 00:39

@ Beeber

For Windows XP ISO Images, use CDimage. It has the boot image required for booting. You can also download just the BootImage to use with other software, but Folder2Iso does not provide this option.

CDimage
http://unattended.msfn.org/unattended.xp/view/web/15/

Or you can download my version.. it's similar to MSFN but has been pre-configured for making Windows XP ISO:
http://www.mediafire.com/?8d28wyba098zv8q

1. Start with "MakeISO.exe".
2. Specify the root dir of your CD (the ISO Folder).
3. Specify the path and filename (where to save the ISO).
4. Click "Creation" on left > Click "Start Image Creation".

V1.7

Beeber 2011-04-24 12:37

@ Magibon
Ah, yes...autorun. Your answer reminds me of how much I still need to learn. Thanks.
I compiled Mini XP to run on a HDD.

V1.7

Magibon 2011-04-23 09:33

@ Beeber

It depends on what kind of ISO.

Usually, the ISO should be bootable by itself without any further modifications if it was meant to be bootable.

But you can add a text file labeled "Autorun.ini", which will make it automatically boot up and load a specific file.

i.e.
[autorun]
open=Setup.exe -auto
icon=X.ico
label="Acrobat X Pro"

You can search on Google to learn more about "Autorun.ini".

But what kind of ISO are you trying to create?

V1.7

Beeber 2011-04-23 04:43

@Magibon...I had my boot image & cat clearly marked in a folder in the compilation, but the outcome wasn't bootable. How did you let the program know you wanted a bootable .iso?

V1.7

Magibon 2011-04-22 21:25

usually, i make a portable version of UltraISO for creating ISOs.
But after this recent clean install of Windows 7 and spending 2 days testing out Custom Themes, i all "Softwared" out.

and decided to try this instead.

worked perfectly: the iso booted right up, installed perfectly as if created with UltraISO :)

Great addition, thanks !

V1.7

oraclepass 2011-04-15 07:42

127.0.0.1 what does this mean?

V1.7

portFreeUser 2011-04-01 00:04

I tried an earlier version of this and I liked it. I like the addition of the abort command. It's nice for quick run ISOs.

V1.7

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