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#1 bluelulu

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Posted 11 June 2015 - 04:44 PM

I trying to make a backup copy of a window disk using img burn but in the advance tab I check the bootable box then I need to point to the boot image \boot\etfsboot.com but it won't let me point to it I can point to the main folder the files from disk are save in but not the sub folder if I right click then go to open it want to use 7 zip to open it so what am I doing wrong :bounce:



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Posted 14 June 2015 - 05:00 PM

You do not need to check the bootable box. If the disk you are trying to backup is bootable then simply create a bootable iso image following this guide. When you want to burn the iso file in Windows 7 right click the iso file and select Burn Disk Image. This will create a bootable disk. Make the read speed no faster than 8X. If possible it would be best to use 4X.






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