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how to edit a bootable cdrom

Posted on 2011-02-25
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Hi experts,
I urgently need some more files on my bootable cdrom.
I have a bootdisc but more drivers needs to be copied.
How can I do this in a fast way.
I have an iso file this needs to be edited.
I tried to extract that infomation and the bott onformation.
But burning again was not working.
Can you help me please ?
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Question by:Eprs_Admin
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by:Christopher Martinez
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what are you using to create this ISO?
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Download poweriso. If you have the iso image open it with power iso add drivers. Save the iso and then burn it.


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