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Old Jul 22, 2005, 08:36 AM
Hard2tame Hard2tame is offline
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Exclamation How to make multiboot DVD?

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I have multiple bootable Application CD's I use for recovery. I would like to make a multiboot DVD and transfer these to one handy bootable DVD. How would I do that? I took my Acronis TrueImage bootable recovery CD (which boots & works) and created an ISO image.

I was able to copy this to another blnak bootable CD without problem. When I Added other programs or data to this image and burned it to DVD, The DVD will not boot. It has trouble loading. But I can read it in windows XP.

I am using Ultra ISO, which works great except I can't figure out how to do this.

Any help would be appreciated.

By the way is the a site with a breakdown of the needed boot structures for CD's and DVD's somewhere explaining things?

Old Aug 29, 2005, 08:32 AM
bartle bartle is offline
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Did you try magiciso? It also can [URL=***********]make multiboot DVD.

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