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I want to put FileScavanger onto a bootable CD.  How?
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by:Dan Craciun
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Use Rufus and create a bootable USB disk. It's faster.

HTH,
Dan
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by:☠MAS☠
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Agree with Dan Cracium as it is faster than CD

But if you want you dont have a USB in your hardware or you want CD particularly you can use PowerISO to create bootable CD. Check this
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by:enigmasolutions
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I tried PowerISO but it wouldn't boot.  

I selected the file and hit burn.

The file got on to the CD but wouldn't boot.
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Dan Craciun earned 500 total points
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You can't simply burn anything on a disk and expect to boot from it.

Usually you would put DOS on it, but looks like FileScavanger is Windows only, so you need some form of Windows running.
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by:enigmasolutions
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Thank you.  Now I understand.
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