Well, it's not clear (to me, anyway) what you want to accomplish. Sorry. That ISO file is for a Puppy Linux LiveCD. So if you are trying to create the LiveCD, you shouldn't be extracting the files from the ISO file. You should instead burn the ISO to disk as an image. And that CD Creator app (Roxio, right?) can do it. So can Nero or K3b or any other burning software. But the point is to burn the project as an image and not as data. Open your burning software and look for an option such as "Burn Image" or "Burn CD Image" or "Burn from Disc Image File" or "Disc Image or Saved Project" or something along those lines. Find the ISO file, add it to the project to be burned, and burn it.
Now, if you are doing something else and have a good reason to be extracting the files directly to a CD, then forgive me and accept my apologies. As long as you know what you are doing, that's what important.