Step 1: Free download Bootable ISO Creator, install and run it.
Step 2: Click the Data button on the top toolbar and then choose Create Boot CD or Create Boot DVD task.
Step 3: Adjusting Settings
Before you start burning you might want to view and if needed change the additional settings. To do that you will need to click the Settings button in the Bottom Toolbar or select the appropriate option in the Express Menu. The following window will be opened:
Here you can change the following parameters:
>Disc label. The name of the disc. You can select any you like best.
>Speed. Possible recording speeds for this drive and disc.
>Verify disc. Mark this check-box to verify the burned data after the recording process is over to make sure the disc was recorded without any errors.
>Finalize disc. Close the disc after the data is written. You will not be able to add any data to the disc if this check-box is ticked. If you want to record a multisession disc you should leave this check-box unchecked.
>Cache data.Tick this option to copy data that you want to write from some distant source (such as network, flash cards, optical discs, etc.) to a temporary folder on your hard disk drive to shorten the average access time to the data. Clicking the Browse button you can select a temporary folder on your HDD where the data will be copied to. After that the path to it will be displayed in the Folder for Cache field.
>Joliet. The extended ISO file system that allows the user use an additional set of filenames (up to 64 characters in length) with Unicode multilanguage support.
>UDF. Universal Disk Format - the modern file system supporting larger files, larger filenames (up to 256 characters in length), larger discs and more information about individual files and folders. It includes support for special file properties and other OS-specific data.
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