Copy CD to use at Bootup.

  prince midas 10:47 17 Jul 2006
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I have been using an original CD for Ghost 10 for restoring with no problem.

Due to problems in the past when the original CD got corrupted I decided to make a spare CD bootup for my own use on Ghost 10.

I used Nero to copy the CD and in the process it stated that it had to rename a file from microsoft to make it compatible with windows.

When I tried to use the CD in the correct Cd recorder to boot up it recognized the Cd and asked if I wished to boot from it but did not ask the original message to press before booting and went straight into windows.
How do I make it a correct boot CD.

  Chris147 16:10 17 Jul 2006

Hi.

You need to use a program such as WinImage or UltraISO to create an ISO Image of your Ghost CD. You can then burn the Image using pretty much any burning software.

This process should NOT be used for pirating software.

HTH.

  SB23 16:20 17 Jul 2006

An easier way, well I found, was to go to the maker of my pc's website, (in my case Packard Bell). From there, I downloaded a program to create a boot disc, in the event I ever need it. Every now and again, I renew the copy. So far, so good.

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