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PowerISO - problem with editing an ISO image

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#1 gregaryb


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Posted 12 April 2016 - 08:32 PM

I got hold of an ISO image of a Windows 95 boot disk.


I successfully added ghost.exe to it and changed the contents of the autoexec.bat file in the ISO image.


I burned the edited ISO image to a CD.


I browsed the new CD and found the ghost.exe file I added along with the changes I made to the autoexec.bat file.


But when I use this CD to boot a different PC the file ghost.exe is not present and my changes to the autoexec.bat file have vanished.


WHY, and how do I solve it?

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