Originally Posted by lnguyen
For .EXE, I down load then use Imgburn to copy the .iso file by using data dvd. I tried video dvd but it couldn't since it is not video file. After using data dvd copy, and when the copy is completed, the computer checked the disk and it said error, couldn't read the file. However, the file is there in the disk.
I'm not exactly sure what you're saying. I typically use Nero so I don't even know where the video or data options you mentioned are at in ImgBurn. If you were talking about Nero then those options are not what you need, you need the "burn image" selection in Nero. I try to avoid using the word copy because you're not necessarily copying the .iso to the disk. You need to use the .iso to create a certain type of disk. Here is the procedure to create the DVD in ImgBurn 220.127.116.11:
Go to mode pulldown - choose write
Go to file pulldown - choose "browse for file"
Select .iso file and open
Put a DVD in the destination drive and click write
If a DVD created that way doesn't work on the PS3, then the only thing I can suggest is to use a different DVD type because as far as I know that burning procedure should work fine. If you have Vista or another operating system that can read UDF 2.5 disks, the disk created should have a BDMV folder with a number of sub-folders. If your computer operating system can't read UDF 2.5, then you won't be able to read the created disk from your computer.