Starting from Windows 7, burning a CD becomes more convenient and easier than ever before. Just right-click on your ISO file in Windows Explorer, and then select “Burn disc image” from the context menu. When the Windows Disc Image Burner opens, just click on Burn and you’re done!
What to do if the “Burn disc image” option is missing from the right-click menu? In this tutorial we’ll show you how to burn a ISO image to CD via command line in Windows 10/8/7.
How to Burn ISO to CD via Command Line in Windows?
Press the Windows key + R to open the Run window. Type cmd and press Enter.
At the command line, type the following command and press Enter.
isoburn.exe /Q [path to ISO file]
The Windows Disc Image Burner tool will launch. Select the drive with your blank CD. I also suggest checking “Verify disc after burning“. That will make sure there are no errors on the disc during the burning process.
Click on Burn. Wait until the process is complete and you’ll have your ISO image burned on a CD.