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Old Jan 30, 2004, 06:40 AM
pmshah pmshah is offline
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Default Nero 6.0 & Bootable CD

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I recently purchased a Sony CRX230E CDRW (52x32x52) which came bundled with Nero 6.0 OEM version.

I make a lot of bootable CDs & liked the option of selecting a boot image from the HDD itself. Nero 6.0 requires a floppy drive & boot floppy for making the bootable CD.

Nero does not recognise the new model of the CDRW. I need help either in making the old version of nero recognise the new CDRW or have the option of selecting a boot image from the HDD in Nero 6.0

You could also suggest any other software which will allow me to select a boot image from the HDD>

Any help would be appreciated.

Old Jan 30, 2004, 07:05 AM
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the latest version of nero 5.5 is you can get it here.

Old Feb 03, 2004, 05:18 PM
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If you are using NTFS, some versions of Nero 6 don't support it.

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