InfraRecorder is a free CD/DVD burning solution for Microsoft Windows. It offers a wide range of powerful features including:
- Create custom data, audio and mixed-mode projects and record them to physical discs as well as disc images.
- Supports recording to dual-layer DVDs.
- Blank (erase) rewritable discs using four different methods.
- Record disc images (ISO and BIN/CUE).
- Fixate discs (write lead-out information to prevent further data from being added to the disc).
- Scan the SCSI/IDE bus for devices and collect information about their capabilities.
- Create disc copies, on the fly and using a temporary disc image.
- Import session data from multi-session discs and add more sessions to them.
- Display disc information.
- Save audio and data tracks to files (.wav, .wma, .ogg, .mp3 and .iso).
Windows doesn’t have a built-in way to create ISO files, although modern versions of Windows— Windows 8, 8.1, and 10—can all natively mount ISO files without any additional software.
To actually create an ISO file from your own physical disc, you’ll need a third-party program. There are lots of tools that can do this, but you need to be careful because many of them are packed with junkware.
As always, we recommend Ninite as a safe place to grab tools of all sorts. On the ISO front, Ninite includes tools like InfraRecorder, ImgBurn, and CDBurnerXP. Just be sure to download them through Ninite. Some of these programs—like ImgBurn—do include junkware in their installers if you get them from elsewhere.
After you choose and install one of these tools, all you really have to do is insert a CD or DVD into your PC, click the option for reading a disc or creating an ISO, and then select a location to save the ISO file.
Error starting domain: unsupported configuration: host doesn’t support passthrough of host PCI devices
i Have vt-d enabled, im running linux from amd gpu, multi gpu option enabled so i could select RX570 pci device from virtual machine manager devices.
Błąd podczas uruchamiania domeny: nieobsługiwana konfiguracja: host doesn't support passthrough of host PCI devices
Error starting domain: unsupported configuration: host doesn't support passthrough of host PCI devices
Traceback (most recent call last):
File "/usr/share/virt-manager/virtManager/asyncjob.py", line 75, in cb_wrapper
callback(asyncjob, *args, **kwargs)
File "/usr/share/virt-manager/virtManager/asyncjob.py", line 111, in tmpcb
File "/usr/share/virt-manager/virtManager/object/libvirtobject.py", line 66, in newfn
ret = fn(self, *args, **kwargs)
File "/usr/share/virt-manager/virtManager/object/domain.py", line 1279, in startup
File "/usr/lib64/python3.6/site-packages/libvirt.py", line 1234, in create
if ret == -1: raise libvirtError ('virDomainCreate() failed', dom=self)
libvirt.libvirtError: nieobsługiwana konfiguracja: host doesn't support passthrough of host PCI devices
All of our EVGA power supplies are manufactured to conform to ATX standards. The ATX specification has different ratings for voltage and wattage, depending on the connector that is used. In a typical configuration, where a graphics card is directly installed into a PCIe slot on a motherboard, that PCIe slot is specified to deliver 75 watts.
PCIe risers and adapters do not conform to ATX standards. Using these types of adapters can result in damage to any system components.
The ATX standard for SATA or Molex connections is rated for 54 watts. Each SATA/Molex connector provides three 12v pins at 1.5 amps each, for a total of 4.5 amps. 12 volts, times 4.5 amps, equals 54 watts able to be provided by a SATA/Molex connector.
Some PCIe risers do not conform to ATX specifications. As ATX specifications require the PCIe slot to supply 75 watts, a PCIe riser may potentially overdraw the SATA/Molex connector by 21 watts. Please confirm that any risers you use meet ATX specifications before use. Risers that do not meet ATX specifications are not recommended for use with any EVGA power supplies or graphics cards.
If multiple graphics cards are needed to be installed in a system, it is recommended that they are installed directly into the PCIe slot on the motherboard.
The maximum power consumption of the connectors:
The PCI Express slot of the motherboard can provide up to 75 watts to the graphics card.
6-pin power connector can provide up to 75 watts.
8-pin power connector can provide up to 150 watts.