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    I have an iso and an md5 file. I want to burn it to DVD so I can watch it on my TV. How would I burn this with Nero 6 Ultimate Edition, and is the md5 file event important? (It's only 5 kb)

    Also I've noticed that some dvds are made up of BUP,VOB,IPO files. Are those superior to iso files or are they the same thing?
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    Use Imgburn instead.
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    Originally Posted by baconharvester
    I have an iso and an md5 file. I want to burn it to DVD so I can watch it on my TV. How would I burn this with Nero 6 Ultimate Edition, and is the md5 file event important? (It's only 5 kb)

    Also I've noticed that some dvds are made up of BUP,VOB,IPO files. Are those superior to iso files or are they the same thing?
    Fire up Nero Express-> Disc Image or Saved Project.
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    Do I just add the iso file to nero and delete the md5 then?
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    Do NOT use NERO.

    Instead please use ImgBurn.
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    Ok, i just installed imgburn, but it gives me the option of adding the iso or the md5 file to burn. Should I use the iso or the md5 file? I read that the md5 might contain some information about the disc
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    Use the MD5
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