|Burn anything to a hard drive and you are likely to melt it.|
Burning is a colloquial name for writing to an optical drive as the laser generates heat of up to 800 degrees centigrade, thus burning holes in the data layer of the disk.
You can create an ISO image from a CD and write it to a hard drive. You can extract the files from an ISO image and write them to a hard drive. You may even be able to write an ISO image to a hard drive to it appears like a CD although I don't see the point of that.
But burn to hard drive, never.