Windows 10: How to Copy Bootable CD
How to Copy Bootable CD
So I used to use Nero in Win7 to duplicate my backup CD's and Bootable utilities like MemTest etc.
But Windows 10 made me remove Nero as not compatible.
So how to duplicate my Data Backups and Bootable utility CD's in Windows 10 please?
I know there are lots of free utilities out there but don't want to catch a virus or spyware.
Is there a native Windows 10 method?
Many thanks imk
Reinstall latest version of Nero
That will get it done and just as another option that I use..
CDBurner Xp is a great free tool that let's you do a lot of various burning tasks.
Looks great but wants me to install some Yahoo thing, so cancelled the install.
Many thanks Imk
You're welcome.. I would then install Nero. It should work fine with 10.
CDBurnerXP has some extra software but all you have to do is uncheck the box to install it. This is a common practice with "free" software these days. Just "opt out" (uncheck) to install the garbage and you still get the program you want.
I use Nero, myself because Nero BurningROM will burn to multiple drives at the same time (no other program I've found - free or paid - will do this).
IMGBurn is lightweight, will also play a short music when the process is finished
The Official ImgBurn Website
Here's the link to the instructions for the thing that you want to do:
How to copy a disc using ImgBurn - Guides - ImgBurn Support Forum
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