Disassembling a large file, moving it, and reassembling it on another machine
July 9, 2009 12:06 PM Subscribe
I have a large .iso file to transport. If I split the file and burn it onto two DVDs, can I combine them again once they're on the target machine? How?
posted by not_on_display to Computers & Internet (10 answers total)
I have a large (8.55 GB) .iso of program files which I'd like to burn for transport and installation onto another computer. I gather this requires splitting the file into two parts so it will fit onto two DVDs. I'm in the process of splitting and burning it now (using winrar), but I am not sure what to do with the data to make it installable once I get it onto the target machine. Is there a way to recombine the two parts into the original huge .iso file? If so, I could probably mount it with daemon tools or something and install it this way... Any help or suggestions would be appreciated!
[side note: I am asking this question on behalf of a friend. Not that I'd be embarrassed to ask the same question myself!]