I'm troubleshooting an OS failure to boot (Wndows 10 Home). I can get to a command-line and move files around. I'd like to burn some files to CD/DVD. I tried to set up Burndisk and ImgBurn but both fail with the message (either setting up or running in the case of BurnDisk) with the message: "The subsystem needed to support the image type is not present."...
Either this is a 32-bit download, move to 64-bit machine or possibly they need resources. Just want suggestions what to do - make isos? another tool? I'm flexible but I'd love a command line burner that works self-contained (I guess is the word).
Also, will I be able to use a USB drive even though I cannot boot to the GUI desktop?
My CD/DVD works fine. Just no OS right now. Mostly a boot issue.
By the way, I get the same error with files that I've built as binaries, like programming projects that have a .exe file as output. I guess either I'm in some weird 32 bit world or I'm 64 bits, but applications simply cannot run from the command line without a full OS. I really don't know.
Edited by PetarSickey, 11 August 2016 - 08:44 AM.