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How do you make a bootable XP disk?

Discussion in 'General Software' started by WaXT, Sep 4, 2010.

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    Hi TPU,
    Anyone know how to make a Windows XP (x64) bootable disk using Nero?
     
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    Better using XPLite then you can add service packs and mod XP and make it totally automatic on install.
     
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    Thanks. Ill try it out later on. But do you know what is the boot image for xp besides that boot.ima ?

    Just downloaded XPLite.. NOT compatible for Windows 7:( (even on compatability mode)
     
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    imgburn ftw.
     
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    OMG That was the software I was looking for. I thought it was nero so I intalled nero on my system. This software detects whether it is os installation or not right? :)
     
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    Just burn as image. That's what you want for a bootable disk. Doesn't matter if it's an OS or anything else.
     
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    I had a problem when imgburn and nero were installed on win 7,
    I had to go into imgburn options and change it from "STPI" to the other option, can't remember which. Keep that in mind in case you have a conflict.

    Other than that, Imgburn seems to know everything - try and make it do the wrong thing and it will tell you off and put you right!
    IMGBURN = Dog's Danglie's
     
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    nero sucks on monkey balls. making a bootable iso is easy (you'd just need few tiny files) and you can burn it on win7 it supports isos.

    http://www.nu2.nu/bootcd/
    read under Bootable Windows XP installation CD-Rom
     

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