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  1. Oh, and if it matters, I've tried this on both Windows XP SP2 and Windows MCE 2005 with the same result. I did fresh installs of cdburnerxp and .net framework to rule out random failures.
  2. I'm trying to create a bootable XP install disc (from my old completely legal XP install disc, plus SP2 slipstreamed) following the instructions on http://www.cdburnerxp.se/help/Data/bootdisc. When I check "Disable ISO version number extension" as suggested, the resulting ISO image or CD is useless. ISObuster can't even find/open the subdirectories. The burned CD's are all coasters - some will boot, but the installer won't even make it to the license agreement. If I turn that checkbox off, the ISO looks fine. The burned CD looks fine... though it doesn't boot. Hmpf. I don't know eno
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