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How To Make A Bootable CD From Archive iso

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I have an archived, zip format, iso image that I wish to use to create a bootable CD for use with XP Pro. The full archive contains four files. The iso image in zipped form, a pdf file and two text files

I've only done this sort of thing once before when I used Nero and I can't remember exactly what I did. I do however remember I don't have to try to extract the contents of the iso file.

Been reading through various sites and came across an article suggesting using CDBurnerXP Pro so thought I'd take a look.

The same articled also mentioned about some PCs having problems booting from CD-RW discs, which would be my preferred method for testing. Is this correct?

Can you tell me if CDBurner XP Pro would be suitable and if so how would I go about things.

Thanks

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