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How BootCD with 'Hard drive emulation' works, burning with Nero?

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Emulating HD with bootCD this use C:      the original C: goes to D:

I create a bootCD with 'Hard drive emulation'. When I boot my PC, the CD booted first, but with 'I/O error' message.

Any sugestions how to make a BootCD with HD Emulation, to access all 700MB of files in bootCD with C:

I want to know too how the 'Hard drive emulation' works (with nero parameters).
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What exactly are you trying to do?
If you're trying to run some version of windoze, it needs to write to disk somewhere, and you can't write to a CD-ROM.
You might be able to tweak the writes to a ramdrive...
What's your idea?
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I know I can't write on BootCD, after it boots.

I will not run any OS from CD, its very hard, but I would like to know how to create a HD emulation in bootCDs
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In Nero
NEW
(turn off wizard)
BOOT CD
Under Expert features select HD emulation
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i dunno - didn't get any feedback on the instructions ...
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