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j0rd
18.01.2006, 22:00
Hi Everyone,

I need people's opinion on which is the best/most stable program out there that one can find to make .IMA files (bootable image files).

The main use of said program would be to create bootable image files (.ima) from a bootable cd; Nero would then be used to create bootable CDs/DVDs containing additional files.

Any suggestions appreciated.

Jordan


To Mods/Admins: Apologies if this is the wrong forum to post this question under, as I don't know which category this would best fall under.

TRM
18.01.2006, 22:21
Hi there,

some iso-Tools you can use:

www.winiso.com
www.isobuster.com

with winiso you put in yur bootable-cd, then goto Bootable CD -> Create Bootfile

(i dont know, if the Menunames are korrectly, i'm a german user of this tool).

Hop this helps.

j0rd
19.01.2006, 06:05
Thanks for the advice TRM. Anyone else care to give suggestions?

Jordan



Hi there,

some iso-Tools you can use:

www.winiso.com
www.isobuster.com

with winiso you put in yur bootable-cd, then goto Bootable CD -> Create Bootfile

(i dont know, if the Menunames are korrectly, i'm a german user of this tool).

Hop this helps.

Jito463
20.01.2006, 04:24
I've always had good luck with WinImage.

AmphetaMarinE
21.01.2006, 18:27
Indeed.. winimage = .IMA & .IMZ (Compressed IMA Files)
Floppy and CD images....

j0rd
04.02.2006, 04:16
Cool! Thanks a lot for the input guys, I really appreciate it :P