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15 Oct 2009  
Dwarf

Windows 8.1 Pro RTM x64
 
 

Copy the file to a USB memory stick, and then copy it from there onto your machine. You can try burning the image onto a CD/DVD on your machine and then use that copy. It could be that the disk is not able to be read on your system, but is perfectly readable on another. By burning the image on your system you should have no trouble when it comes to accessing it since you will be reading the disk from the same drive that you used to create it.
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