Nero ISO CD Compilation File
4.1 | 11 Votes
What is an NRI file?
An NRI file is a compilation of files selected to be burned onto a CD, DVD, etc., by Nero Burning ROM software. It contains a list of references to files and their locations on the hard disk (not the actual files themselves).
Nero Burning ROM software specializes in ripping, copying, burning, and protecting data. When you configure a CD, DVD, etc., to burn data to, the software creates an NRI file to store the list of files you added to be burned.
NOTE: If you have moved or deleted any files included in the NRI file, they will not be burned to the CD, DVD, etc.
How to open an NRI file
You can open NRI files with various Nero apps, including Nero Burning ROM in Windows and Nero Linux on a Linux system.