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Create a Windows Server 2003 boot disk?

Posted on 2008-06-23
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I'm trying to create a bootable windows server 2003 CD Rom with additional raid drivers because the server doesn't have a floopy drive and I need third party drivers.

How can I create a bootable windows CD as per the original?  I've tried several different methods on the internet and the ones I got to work booted into dos and then it said I couldn't run the setup.exe.
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hello there,

i used this piece of software to integrate the raid drivers and sp2 to the install disk and still have it bootable for my HP ML 110 G4 server last week. my server too didnt have a fdd and had tought time for a couple of days getting it to detect the external toshiba fdd. but with software, it was too easy and straight forward.

http://www.nliteos.com/

BTW It can burn cds/dvds all by itself.

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