How Do You Create A Bootable ISO File?
Spanning unique operating systems including DOS, Mac and Windows platforms, the bootable ISO (International Organization for Standardization) file format is interoperable. By being flexible geographically, this file type provides a way for many industries to cross language barriers, all having equal access to maintaining high standards of quality in providing goods and services. Learn how to create a bootable ISO file for a more consistently reliable operating system environment, no matter where you are, whether at home or abroad. Open Nero Burning Rom SE and go to the “ISO” tab when the New Compilation dialog box appears. (NOTE: If Nero Express 6 displays, click on the “Nero” button on the bottom-left side of the software program. Otherwise, select “File” and then “New” from the toolbar menu.) Select format “DVD-ROM (Boot)” from the New Compilation dialog box and then press “New.” (NOTE: You have the option to select “CD-ROM” by selecting “CD” from the pull-down list at the top left o