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Old 01-14-2009, 05:43 AM   #1
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Smile how to make a bootable cd/dvd to prevent change any content from original?

Hi, i have try to download some linux live cd or bootable cd/dvd, once i using software like "winiso"... to modify the bootable CD/DVD like add one file on that cd/dvd, then save *.iso, after that cannot boot this cd/dvd anymore, But i have make my own syslinux bootable CD, i can boot on this CD, then i try to change the content on this CD after that i save it *.iso, but still can boot, why other person create BOOTABLE CD once change/modify the content, then cannot boot, but my own created bootable cd still can boot? how to make it "once change/modify that bootable cd/dvd then cannot boot again"? thank.
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Show us the commands you use, in the sequence you use them. It would be much easier to see the error, or to suggest possible solutions to the problem.
Old 01-15-2009, 12:39 AM   #3
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Smile Just want to protect my created CD/DVD *.ISO don't want other modify?

Hi thank bigrigdriver, My purpose is i want to protect my own created cd/dvd *.iso, i don't want anybody modify this *.iso content then still can burn and bootable to use. Because i found other people create cd/dvd *.iso once i modify the content, then this *.iso cannot be bootable, but my own created *.iso after i try to modify then still can be bootable? They using what method to do, then people cannot modify their *.iso? Thank you.


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