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 PostPost subject: How-To?        Posted: Sat Jun 30, 2007 10:32 am 
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Is there a program i can use to create floppy/CD images, without writing the files to a floppy/CD ex. like a .cue maker?

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WinImage, if by "image" you mean a backup of the disk.
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MagicISO is a good tool for ISOs (CD images) since WinImage can't write in ISO files.
CUE files are just pointers for programs that can't read/burn a type of file (e.g. BIN files). It also contains things like how much to burn to a CD, how long CDs go for if they're audio CDs etc. For creating CUE files, you can use Cueator.


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mkisofs can create ISO images out of a directory structure.


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WinImage for floppies, ImgBurn for CD/DVDs. (Both Windows-only I believe.)


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MagicISO. You can get it *il*cough*legally on most sites.

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empireum wrote:
mkisofs can create ISO images out of a directory structure.


Is it for windows?

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Dr Eggman wrote:
empireum wrote:
mkisofs can create ISO images out of a directory structure.


Is it for windows?

You can get a Windows version of it (it's an Unix program actually), but it might be this needs to be run within Cygwin. Don't trust me on the latter, though.


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