Posted 02 March 2010 - 05:13 PM
I hope this is in the right forum...sorry if its not. My question is this....I own a copy of the program " motorola phone tools" It is like version 4.23 or something like that..After the first install it then upgrades itself with automatic updates to the newest version...however this is a very tedious process..and the program is very touchy..I took me at least 3 tries the first time i tried...I had to uninstall..then reinstall, it was very difficult to do. Anyway..once I was able to get it right, the program seems to be very stable with the latest version. What I would like to do is to make a bootable or a reistall disk with the latest version installed on my pc right now. Is this even possible?? I am planning on changing my OS to windows 7 pretty soon and would love to just have the latest version on a disk rather than have to go through this process again. I am somewhat familiar with ISO files and making bootable disks...so Im not completely in the dark on this subject, but I could use a hand on this....plus..I think this could come in handy for me in the future for other programs....Any advice would be greatly appreciated.
O by the way...I already know that MPT is not compatible with windows 7 as of yet...will be waiting on the patch before I upgrade my OS.