Burning a bootable CD-ROM

  kentylad 12:07 25 Jul 03
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Right, I have posted a similar query here before regarding NTFSDOS Pro, but didn't find any answers.

Im not too sure as to how I create a bootable CD-ROM using Nero, with the files supplied by NTFSDOS Pro. There are two options within the bootable cd-rom option; 1. bootable logical drive 2. image file

which one do i use?

Nick

  zanwalk 13:13 25 Jul 03

The image file is the one you want, and use the option of 'burning cd image' or similar in Nero.

  kentylad 13:16 25 Jul 03

how do i burn an image?

  Jester2K II 13:19 25 Jul 03
  kentylad 13:21 25 Jul 03

in the geocities article, what is this image "Microsoft Corporation.img " ?

Do i download this?

  kentylad 13:23 25 Jul 03

All these articles would be wonderful if i knew what an image was and how to create one!? Do i use the ntfsdos pro files for my image>?

  zanwalk 13:24 25 Jul 03

No, its just using that as an example.

  zanwalk 13:28 25 Jul 03

My reply was aimed at your 13:21 post.

You don't need to create one if you have one as in your first post, just follow those instructions in Jester2K II link, and you should be fine.

  kentylad 13:28 25 Jul 03

10 files used by NTFSDOS Pro (3.85MB):

* Autocheck.exe
* C_437.NLS
* C_1252.NLS
* L_INTL.NLS
* liscense.bin
* ntdll.dll
* ntfs.sys
* ntfschk.exe
* ntfspro.exe
* ntoskrnl.exe

  kentylad 13:29 25 Jul 03

I have no image.....and not sure which files i use to create one etc

  kentylad 14:23 25 Jul 03

Ok, lets forget NTFSDOS.......

How would I create a standard MS-DOS bootdisk, but on a cd?

Nick

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