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Windows 7: How to use 2 bin files (“boot extract”) to make a bootable iso file?

14 Jan 2013   #1

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How to use 2 bin files (“boot extract”) to make a bootable iso file?

How to use 2 bin files (“boot extract”) to make a bootable iso file?

I want to make a bootable iso file of myWindows 7 Ultimate DVD (64 bits) in order to use on a bootable USB drive and to use for re-installation.

Bart's Boot Image Extractor (bbie.exe) gives 2 bin files of 2 sectors of the DVD:
734 <0x2DE> and 736 <0x2E0> (see picture)


To make the iso file I use MagicISO. The program asks for a boot image and I have 2 boot images.

How do I get these 2 boot images in the iso file? So I have at the end and exact copy of my original DVD.
With MagicISO or another program?






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15 Jan 2013   #2

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15 Jan 2013   #3

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Thanks for your help
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15 Jan 2013   #4

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No problem

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