|18 Sep 2012||#3|
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You can take any set of folders or files, and put them into a cd burning application (like IMGBURN) and create an image based on the files and folders. Then you can use this image to recreate a disc down the road.
However, you have to take special steps to make a cd image that is bootable. By default, an ISO file that just consists of a pile of files and folders will not be bootable.
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