Date Added:Aug. 27, 2010
Downloads Last Week:1
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No pros at all
"Out of memory" with 8GB RAM and tons of disk space.
no pro to this software
FlashCrest has created an ISO file with the file names written in Chinese characters.
you will need to recreate the folder tree in the software. you will need to create a folder and type (or copy-paster) its name for EVERY single folder. just imagine if you have sub-directories, you can easily get dozens if not over a hundred directories.
only good if you have a very few folder to end up with in your ISO ...unless you like clicking icons and typing a lot.
Created the ISO with little trouble once I figured out how to get the files from the CD over.
The interface needs some work. You have to drag from an instance of Explorer in order to build the ISO image.
For a free product, it does exactly what it says. Worth the download in my opinion.
Simple, drag & drop interface.
It is a bit slow in ISO creation compared to other tools. However, it is truly "FREE" and it works, so I don't know that it is really a con.
Excellent tool for ISO creation. As I only create ISO's every few months, this tool fits the bill well. Thanks FlashCrest!!!
GUI is not good enough.
Produces ISOs perfectly.
Interface is a bit confusing
If it wan't for people like this we would all be paying through the nose for small but critical utilities like this. Thanks FlashCrest!
Won't install on my machine so can't comment, but other people seemed to have got it to work (on XP?).
Windows 7 not supported
No uninstall option for product
Issues using forums on FlashCrest website for support
I have Windows 7 Ultimate, x86 32 bit installs OK but when I run it up I'm informed that I don't
have comdlg32.ocx installed and so it doesn't run, tried to use the FlashCrest forums but can't post (it just times out). Also tried to uninstall it but the application is not listed in Control Panel so there is no easy uninstall at a later date.
Reply by Ndragonawa_II on October 29, 2011
I have the same problem as well. I tried fjsanchez's solution but it didn't work for me. There is an uninstall .exe in it's Program Files directory.
Reply by fjsanchez on August 9, 2011
I downloaded comdlg.ocx from the internet and unzipped it to the windows/system32 folder for Windows 7. I added the file as Administrator. This fixed my problem with the first install.
Nice GUI, fast conversion, drag+drop support
Doesn't burn ISO's
This little program is amazing, and best of all it's free. Some developers are asking for $60 for the exact same software.
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|Publisher web site||http://www.flashcrest.com|
|Release Date||August 21, 2010|
|Date Added||August 27, 2010|
|Category||Utilities & Operating Systems|
|Operating Systems||Windows 98/2000/XP/2003/Vista/7|
|Downloads Last Week||1|