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    Editing a Bootable CD


    I have a bootable CD for a server which is missing some drivers.

    How can I edit this image - add the 2 drivers and remount it back on to the cd so it'll still be bootable?

    I've got the full version of Magic ISO but I am not having much luck.

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    What are the contents of the disk? Is it a Windows OS? What kind of drivers are you trying to import?

    If its a windows bootable CD you better use nLite.Its free and easy

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    Copy the CD to your hard disk (as mentioned above), then use nLite to include the drivers and create a new CD using Nero 6 (my favourite). Remember to include a bootable image file!
    Last edited by Michael; 30th October 2008 at 06:28 PM.

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