How to create our bootable CD

Download the appropriate ISO bootable CD image for the operating system you are trying to repair. Save this file to your desktop.

Free download of Microsoft Windows emergency startup boot disk.

Free download of Microsoft Windows emergency startup boot disk.

Open your preferred CD Burning application...I use Nero

In the CD burning application go to the File Menu and select Open

Open free Microsoft Windows ISO image.

Navigate to your Desktop and select the ISO image you downloaded and press Open

Open free Microsoft Windows ISO image

After pressing Open, in Nero you are immediately presented with the Burn dialogue box. Your application may differ slightly. At this point all you have to do is burn the CD, no further configuration is required.

Burn bootable CD image

Your bootable CD is now created.Turn on the computer you want booted and insert the CD into the CD-ROM drive. If the computer does not boot from the CD, restart and check your BIOS settings to ensure that the CD-ROM drive is listed before the hard disk in the boot order. For assistance with this, see the documentation from your computer manufacturer.

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Re: How to create our bootable CD

What if all you have is windows cd burner will it work with that

Re: How to create our bootable CD

Probably because your C: drive is partitioned as FAT32, and you are using a version of DOS prior to 7.0, or your C: drive is partitioned as NTFS, and you are using any version of DOS. It can't read the drive, because it doesn't recognize the format.

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Re: How to create our bootable CD

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Re: How to create our bootable CD

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Re: How to create our bootable CD

if you have linux or ubuntu it will let you access it without burning a disk

Re: How to create our bootable CD

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Mounting vs. Burnins

is it possible to mount it onto a virtual drive rather than burning it to a disk? mounting has worked for me in almost every other occasion, but i've never messed with OS emulation before

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