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Looking To Find Out If I Can Create A Dvd With Uefi Bootable.


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Long answer for your short question: Did you look in the help files?

 

Making a
bootable
CD or DVD

 

The Burn Data
Disc
project can be used to create a
bootable
CD or DVD from a
bootable
floppy disk or from a
disc
image file on your hard drive. A
bootable
CD or DVD can be used to start your computer if your operating system becomes damaged. It can also be used to perform maintenance and repair operations in DOS.

For the advanced computer user,
bootable discs
can provide a level of flexibility and customization not available from the recovery
discs
provided with most modern computers.

Note: For best results in Windows XP, use boot floppies created by your Windows operating system. The Windows Help and Support Center explains how to create
bootable
floppy disks. Boot floppies created using third-party software are not supported. Windows Vista and Windows 7 cannot be booted from a floppy disk.

To create a
bootable
CD or DVD:

 

1

Select the Data - Copy project category.

A list of projects is displayed.

 

2

Click the Burn Data
Disc
project name.

A Burn Data
Disc
project opens in the project window.

 

 

3

If you have more than one recorder drive, select a drive using the Destination drop-down menu.

 

4

Insert a blank
disc
into the selected drive.

 

5

Click the Make
Bootable
button.

 

Make
Bootable
button is in the lower right corner

 

The
Bootable Disc
dialog box appears.

 

6

To create a
bootable
CD or DVD from a floppy disk, your computer must have a floppy disk drive. Follow these steps:

 

a

Insert a
bootable
floppy disk into your floppy disk drive.

 

b

Select
Bootable
floppy disk in drive A:

 

c

Click the OK button.

 

d

A
disc
image file is created from the boot floppy and is added to the file selection window.

 

7

To create a
bootable
CD or DVD from a
disc
image on your hard drive, follow these steps:

 

a

Select
Bootable
image on hard drive.

 

b

Click the Browse button, and navigate to the
disc
image file using the Select Image dialog box. When you have selected a
disc
image file, click the Open button.

 

c

Click the OK button to add your selection to the file selection window.

 

8

Add additional files to your project, if desired.

 

9

If desired, type a name for your
disc
in the Name Your
Disc
text box at the top of the project window.

 

10

Click the action button to begin recording data to your
disc
.

 

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Thanks, I'm going to have to start reading the titles again (and not ignore some text). I never saw the word uefi. Now I'm wondering about why the disc has to be uefi bootable now?

 

He has a newer mother board that has a UEIF 'Unified Extensible Firmware Interface' replaces what we know as a bios.

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