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  1. I'm a MEGA Super Moderator Baldrick's Avatar
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    IMG is an image/iso of a DVD, CD, Floppy. Burn it to a DVD or CD with DVD Decrypter or extract the content with Isobuster or mount it as a virtual DVD/CD unit with Daemon Tools.
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    i never really understood the point of img, especially when iso was around. i know they're esentially the same thing.. but why you try to confuse?
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    confuse?
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    con·fuse ( P ) Pronunciation Key (kn-fyz)
    v. con·fused, con·fus·ing, con·fus·es
    v. tr.

    To cause to be unable to think with clarity or act with intelligence or understanding; throw off.
    To cause to feel embarrassment.

    To mistake (for another): confused effusiveness with affection.
    To make opaque; blur: “The old labels... confuse debate instead of clarifying it” (Christopher Lasch).
    To assemble without order or sense; jumble.
    Archaic. To bring to ruination.

    v. intr.
    To make something unclear or incomprehensible: a new tax code that only further confuses.


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    [Middle English confusen, from Old French confus, perplexed, from Latin cnfsus, past participle of cnfundere, to mix together. See confound.]
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    con·fusa·ble adj.
    con·fusing·ly adv.
    Synonyms: confuse, addle, befuddle, discombobulate, fuddle, muddle, throw
    These verbs mean to cause to be unclear in mind or intent: heavy traffic that confused the driver; problems that addle my brain; a question that befuddled even the professor; was discombobulated by all of the possibilities; a complex plot line that fuddled my comprehension; a student who was muddled by endless facts and figures; behavior that really threw me.
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    I guess this is the glossary, after all ...
    If in doubt, Google it.
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    it should say "please see ISO"
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