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donutbandit

Using Nero to burn a bootable USP5 CD

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I've always used Easy CD Creator 4 to make bootable CDs. However, it does not recognize the CD deck in my new computer.

I bought Easy CD Creator 7 on eBay, and what a bloated piece of complete crap that is. Therefore, I decided to use Nero 6 instead. I followed the help instructions, and have so far made 2 coasters. The first one complained that DOS was not available. The 2nd one booted into DR-DOS, and refused to run setup.exe.

I had no trouble making bootable W2K installation disks with Easy, but can't figure this Nero out. Google is no help.

Can anybody explain exactly how to do this? I chose the option to make a bootable CD, D&D'd the contents of my USP5 slipstreamed W2K installation directory into the Nero compilation window, and burned the CD.

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using nero buring rom slect CD-ROM (Boot) in boot tab locate boot image and enable advance option and select No Emulation and change value 1 to 4 in loaded sectors

add ur source dir file to project and give name to disc and burn CD

OR

Use nlite to build Bootable CD (easy utility - GUI interface)

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That's almost what I did, except I just drag n' dropped my directory into the interface. Do I need to make an .ISO first?

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to get a good, windows 2000 or XP boot cd,

install nlite (and if you dont have it already netframework 2 (or the alternative from nliteos.com 's website)

with this app youi can:

> easily slipstream a service pack

> aply some tweaks

> make it un-attended

> and create a bootable iso that just works,

> and do many other things as well, if you think youl need it...

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speaking of using Nero, download and install Nero 6.6.1.4 to create boot CDs. if you have an older release of Nero Burning ROM 6, upgrade to the latest release [6.6.1.4]

haven't you read or downloaded the Nero 6 user's guide, donutbandit?

get it here:

http://ww2.nero.com/nero6/enu/User_Guides_Burning_ROM_6.html

OR Nero's Help file (included in the Nero 6.6.1.4 Language pack)?

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