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How to Make a Bootable ISO CD

11/06/2009 05:06:31

Bootable ISO (International Organization of Standardization) CDs are platform independent. They play selflessly on Windows, Macintosh and Unix operating systems. Accept what they have to offer and start creating readable files without the worry. Burn software recovery disks, marketing presentations and other important data, without sacrificing audio and video.

 

Instructions

Things You'll Need:


NERO Burning ROM SE burning software, Version 6 or later


Step 1


Open the Nero software program and select your desired recording device from the "Recorder" selection drop-down menu.


Step 2


Click on "Data" then choose "Data Bootable Disc."


Step 3

 

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Click on "Add" and select your files for burning. When done, click "Finished." Click "Next."


Step 4

 

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Select the option "Use Standard Boot Image." Choose your "Boot Locale" representing the desired language format of the ISO, then click "Next."


Step 5

 

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Verify that the Recorder selection is correct, then type in a name for your disc. Set the writing speed and enter the number of copies. Place a check next to "Verify Data on Disk After Burning" and then click "Burn."


Step 6

 

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Click "OK" at the "Data Verification Completed Successfully" prompt.


Step 7

 

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Select "Save" and save a copy of the log detailing the burning process and keep it for your records. Type a name for the log file and press "Next." (NOTE: The log will be saved as a .txt file.)
 

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