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Subject  :  Bootable Mini-CD?
Author  :  BigWarpGuy
Date  :  24 Jun, 2003 on 16:27
Is it possible to make a mini-cdr or mini-cdr a bootable cd?
BigWarpGuy
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Subject  :  Re:Bootable Mini-CD?
Author  :  Kim
Date  :  25 Jun, 2003 on 14:43
Well, I don't see why youwouldn't be able todo that. Since it still just a cdr but in an other format. So there shouldn't be any difference there.

/Kim


Subject  :  Re:Bootable Mini-CD?
Author  :  BigWarpGuy
Date  :  25 Jun, 2003 on 21:26
It would be neat to give it a try.
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Subject  :  Re:Bootable Mini-CD?
Author  :  john martindale@attglobal.net
Date  :  26 Jun, 2003 on 18:30
I made a bootable mini CD a couple of years ago for my IBM770Z, and it works fine. It can't be treated as a rewritable, however. Means a new one every time you want to update.
John E. Martindale

Subject  :  Re:Bootable Mini-CD?
Author  :  BigWarpGuy
Date  :  27 Jun, 2003 on 17:01
The first post should have read '..mini-cdr or mini-cdrw..' . With the mini-cdrw, it could be rewritable. A typo on my part.
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Subject  :  Re:Bootable Mini-CD?
Author  :  john martindale@attglobal.net
Date  :  27 Jun, 2003 on 18:13
I mispoke. I meant you cannot add things later with "multisession" recording. I put all the utilities on mine too. There's plenty of space.

Subject  :  Re:Bootable Mini-CD?
Author  :  BigWarpGuy
Date  :  27 Jun, 2003 on 18:32
I missunderstood. I see/understand what you said.
BigWarpGuy
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