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cdburnerxp create bootable iso

Posted on 2011-09-21
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I have a windows 2008 disk that is bootable, I also have a 2008 iso which is not bootable  I want to create an iso from either one using cdburnerxp. I have looked at the links but am still having problems. It keeps telling me boot options could not be set. I need a step by step guide
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Use, ISORecorder to create a an ISO of the physical CDROM.

http://isorecorder.alexfeinman.com/isorecorder.htm
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It's simple, after installation.

1. Insert CDROM/DVD ROM Media  into CDROM DRIVE
2. Right Click CDROM/DVDROM in Windows Explorer
3. Select Create Iso/Image
4. Specifiy folder and file name
5. Click OKAY.
6. DONE.
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Make sure that the disk you select is the BOOTABLE version.
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It keeps failing on the disk writing it to an iso. the disk is working ok and boots and loads windows but does not allow me to burn to an iso. As mentioned I have a working iso but it is not bootable can you tell me how I can create a bootable iso image from this iso?
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Andrew Hancock (VMware vExpert / EE MVE^2) earned 500 total points
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If you cannot read from the ISO, the disk is faulty, or has dirt on it.
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what are the iso contents you would like to boot?
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As mentioned I have a working iso but it is not bootable can you tell me how I can create a bootable iso image from this iso?

This is another question. I believe this question has been answered, if you are happy with this answer, please award points, and myself or another Expert, will be happy to assist with your new question.
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Dirt on the CD even after cleaning it. tiny smudge was the cause. thanks working fine now.
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