Ok here's the problem. There is a course at my college for Criminal Justice that takes a floppy with deleted files on it and undeletes them to show the students... what ever. So I have to create exact images of this floppy so that the deleted files will be copied as well as the regular files. I did this using the dd command in Linux. I created a .img file that when used to create a new floppy has every bit of data from the original. Works great. But we have to create a rather absurd number of these disks for the class, so many so that it’s really not an option to do it floppy by floppy. But we do have an automatic CD burner which could do them all in like 30 minutes. So I need a way to convert the image file I have (.img) of the floppy to a CD image. I’ve tried lots of programs so far, magicISO, ultraISO, and another command in Linux used for making bootable CDs out of bootable floppies which I thought I could trick, but it is smarter them me I guess. In the programs I tried both converting it from .img to .iso and just straight burning it. None of it worked. Any way I’ve tried everything I can think of, so does anyone know of a program or command or anything that would convert a floppy image to a CD image?