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Windows 7: Autoplay Media Studio bootable

21 Feb 2012   #1
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Autoplay Media Studio bootable

Hi, i want to make a menu with autoplay media studio 8, i have create the menu for installing different versions for windows xp, i want to know that how can i make that menu bootable so that i can choose which version to install,
sory for my poor english

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21 Feb 2012   #2

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Errrr...that's a little bit impossible if I get it right. AutoPlay menu creators create menus that run inside Windows or other OS. Booting from a CD is different than running an exe files since basically exe files are Windows binary files. I don't know too many apps that create bootable disks the way you want it to (although I'm also looking for a good one) but you can try at PenDrive Linux (ignore the name, it has some interesting Windows apps) or you can try XBoot .This will allow you to add not only Windows disks but Linux and diagnostic tools as well. This also seams to be a good app. Unfortunatelly, you cannot add a menu created with a autoplay menu creator. The menu will simply be a list you can select from using Up/Down. It's the best a bootloader can give you. But in some cases you can change the background. Oh, here's another one.
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22 Feb 2012   #3
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Thanks brother, anyone other can tell me how can i do that?
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