Can't get Roxio to make bootable iso image

Posted on 2010-08-24
Last Modified: 2012-05-10
i'm trying to take data in an install folder for server 2003, save it to an .iso file and make this .iso file bootable with roxio.  All attempts result in an unbootalbe image.  What file should i make bootalbe. i tried it with the boot.bin and setuploader.

any help will be appreciated.
Question by:jp415
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Which version of roxio are you using?
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The files do not make a CD bootable, you need the boot sectors for the original CD or alternative.

I hope this helps !

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Thanks that link was what i was looking for.

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