The .nri extension is a file format used by early versions of Nero Burning ROM software. The file is an image file designed to be burnt to a disc. If you do not have the Nero software installed on your computer, or you would like a more universal image format, you may wish to convert the .nri file to a .iso format, which can be mounted and burnt by a larger number of programs and is supported natively in most operating systems.
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Things you need
- Image conversion software
Download and install Image conversion software for your computer. Check the Resources section for a number of free and paid options.
Launch the conversion software by clicking its icon on the desktop or in the "Programs" section of the "Start" menu.
Click "Burn ISO image" click "OK." You will be taken to an option screen.
Click the "..." button next to the "Select ISO image to burn" and navigate to the location of the .nri file you wish to convert. Double-click the file to select it.
Click the "Convert to ISO" button to convert the file to the .iso format. This will open a dialogue box.
Click the "..." button to choose a location for the .iso image to be saved and click "Convert to ISO" to begin the conversion process.
Tips and warnings
- When the conversion process is complete you may wish to delete the original .nri file to save hard drive space.
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