iS THIS ON cd=rw DISKS? cd=r?
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Subject: [ct-user] An easier way to create a bootable CD _ Roxio Easy
> Good morning, all:
> Mal, N7MAL, mentioned to me a much easier way to create a bootable
> DOS CD. If you have Roxio Easy CD Creator (which I have pre-installed)
> on my Dell laptop computer (I have Version 5), you can start Easy CD
> Creator, go to File->New CD Project->bootable CD, and you get
> a requestor for a file or floppy disk drive.
> If you don't have Roxio, you can download free tools from the Web
> to allow you to do this anyway, but it isn't as easy. Let me know if
> you want the instructions for doing it the hard way! :-)
> This is cool. It looks like you can directly create a bootable CD from
> a floppy disk drive (or a disk device using VFD (Virutal Floppy Driver)
> if you don't have a disk drive.
> This way, you can configure a Windows 98SE boot floppy (basically
> DOS 7.1) the way you want it and instantly create a bootable CD!
> Thanks, Mal!
> Mark, KD4D
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