What is a bootable CD-Rom?
A bootable CD-Rom is a CD from which you boot the PC. This means putting the CD in your CD-Rom drive and power-on or reboot your system. The PC will load a boot image from the CD-Rom and control is given to this boot image. A bootable CD-Rom is not a CD that you insert into your CD-Rom drive and windows will start something from this CD-Rom. This is called an “autoplay” CD-Rom. I’ve just put this information here so that people who do not know the difference between a bootable and a “autoplay” CD-Rom can leave this page and look here: NU2-links: autorun. How do I password protect my files and folders in Windows? Tip: Before password protecting any document you may wish to create a backup of the non-password protected folder and files incase you forget the password in the future. The majority of Microsoft Windows operating systems do not come with a method of password protecting your sensitive files and/or folders. If you’re using Microsoft Windows 3.x, Windows 95, Windows 98, you will