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Old 07-23-2003, 09:54 AM   #1
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Burning an iso

Ok peeps,
I have tried several times to burn the iso's for rh9.0. Now, that I have figured out that im fubar as usual, How exactly do i need to setup to burn the image? does It have to be bootable or do I burn it as a filesystem or what? im Using easy cd creator on a win2k system at work to burn them.

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Depending on what version of EZ CD Creator you have, you should be able to select from the <FILE> menu, create CD from image. (or something close to that) From there select the ISO file and let it go. There should be no need to make it bootable, the files inside the image are set up for a bootable disk. If you have a newer version of Creator there may be a choice on the opening splash-type screen. If not, try selecting <Create a Data CD> and then looking under the <FILE> menu as above.

Hope this helps,

Old 07-23-2003, 02:38 PM   #3
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Also, you may want to try a shareware app called Nero for future use. I have never had a problem burning an .iso image with it before (including RH9), and it is free for 30 days.


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