Already changed it by left clicking and using the properties button - burned to DVD and the new PC is up and running and it is way past my witching hour bedtimeOK, the picture helps. You have the file and it is an ISO. It is just that you also have WINRAR installed. WINRAR can handle files with a .ISO extension and when your WINRAR was installed you allowed it to assign itself as the primary application for handling ISO files.
In WinXP, open windows explorer. Go to TOOLS > Folder Options. Select the FILE TYPES tab. Scroll down to find ISO. Select it and click the CHANGE button. Hopefully IMGBurn is in the list of choices ... select IMGBurn and click OK. Now go back and the file should be associated with IMGBurn rather than WINRAR.
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