How Do You Create A Bootable DVD With Nero?
The well designed International Organization of Standardization (ISO) system style format helps make bootable files that are compatible for all operating platforms. Independent and impartial, files of this type are commonly used for making system recovery disks, software and for presenting slide shows. Bootable DVD’s formatted by Nero software can provide one of the more reliable solutions for making readable files–all of the time. Open the Nero software program and highlight “DVD-ROM (Boot)” format. Then, click “New.” Drag and drop files over to the area as shown in this example. Select a recording device from the drop-down list. Press the “Burning Compilation” icon. Next, press “Burn.” Name your file at the “Save As” prompt. When burning has finished, press “OK,” and then click “Done.” (Note: Other options include saving or printing the reference log for your records.) Name your folder at the “Save As” prompt.