Unattended Xp DVD ?

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  1. phuchungbhutia

    phuchungbhutia Om Ma Ni Pä Me Hum

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    I tried n lite and xp iso maker software but i couldnt get any success in it. The n lite software wont save iso above 900mb . . I have done cds successfully but m not able to do it in dvd . . Any one done it ;) and how if so
     
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    Have you tried ImgBurn? Its in this September 09's DVD and if you have a decent net connection, is hardly 5mb.
     
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    I haven't tried it . . But thats only for burning images and iso right . . Will it make xp bootable in dvd . . Any tutorial if you may explain it pl .
     
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    I assume that u have an xp cd and want to have a backup copy.

    - Download and install imgburn. (Pretty straightforward).
    - Put XP cd in tray.
    - Now in the menu which pops up once u run Imgburn, select create image file from disc.
    - Browse to cd and select it. (just click on cd drive and open)
    - Select where u want to save it and under what name and image format. I prefer ISO simply bcz it is very popular.
    - Once the image is saved to ur HDD, eject XP cd.
    - Insert a blank DVD (Hope to hell u have a DVD writer)
    - run imgburn and select burn image file to disc.

    That should do it.

    DISCLAIMER: The above instructions were meant only to provide instructions regarding keeping a backup copy of ORIGINAL XP CD, in case the original media is lost or damaged. Pirates, keep ur prying eyes off this one and instead, go to Google.
     
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