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    Default Bootalbe disc burning?

    Hi, i want to know that,
    is astro burn lite able to burn or create bootable discs?
    Can I write a bootable image file by using astro burn?
    Will it work, and how many extensions it supports?

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    Astroburn Lite supports the following image types:

    - BlindWrite images (*.b5t, *.b6t)
    - BlindRead images (*.bwt)
    - CloneCD images (*.ccd)
    - DiscJuggler images (*.cdi)
    - Cue sheets files (*.cue)
    - Standard ISO images (*.iso)
    - Compressed ISO images (*.isz)
    - Media Descriptor files (*.mds)
    - Media Data eXtended (*.mdx)
    - Nero images (*.nrg)
    - Instant CD/DVD images (*.pdi)

    How to burn an image via Astroburn Lite:

    1. Run Astroburn Lite.
    2. Go to Image tab.
    3. Select an image file you want to burn to CD/DVD.
    4. Select physical device for burning (if you have several devices).
    5. Insert a disc into selected device.
    6. Select write speed (maximal value is set by default).
    7. Check Verify option if you need to verify the disc after burning.
    8. Click "Start Burn".

    If you burn a bootable image, you get a bootable disc.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sway View Post
    Astroburn Lite supports the following image types:

    - BlindWrite images (*.b5t, *.b6t)
    - BlindRead images (*.bwt)
    - CloneCD images (*.ccd)
    - DiscJuggler images (*.cdi)
    - Cue sheets files (*.cue)
    - Standard ISO images (*.iso)
    - Compressed ISO images (*.isz)
    - Media Descriptor files (*.mds)
    - Media Data eXtended (*.mdx)
    - Nero images (*.nrg)
    - Instant CD/DVD images (*.pdi)

    How to burn an image via Astroburn Lite:

    1. Run Astroburn Lite.
    2. Go to Image tab.
    3. Select an image file you want to burn to CD/DVD.
    4. Select physical device for burning (if you have several devices).
    5. Insert a disc into selected device.
    6. Select write speed (maximal value is set by default).
    7. Check Verify option if you need to verify the disc after burning.
    8. Click "Start Burn".

    If you burn a bootable image, you get a bootable disc.
    Thanks for the reply...

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