Custom Bootable CD

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I was looking to create a custom bootable CD. I've been noticing that my
floppy disk drive is on it's last leg and instead of replacing it I would
like to create a bootable cd which would include all my startup disks from
win 95 to win 2003. So that on any given occassion I could use my custom cd
instead of my startup disks to install or repair any operating system from
win 95 to win 2003. Does anybody know where I can find information on how to
create this type of bootable CD?
 
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http://www.windows-help.net/WindowsXP/winxp-sp1-bootcd.html

this article discribes how to Slipstreaming Windows XP Service Pack 1a and
Create Bootable CD

"griffin13" <elmo@fudd.com> wrote in message
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> I was looking to create a custom bootable CD. I've been noticing that my
> floppy disk drive is on it's last leg and instead of replacing it I would
> like to create a bootable cd which would include all my startup disks from
> win 95 to win 2003. So that on any given occassion I could use my custom
cd
> instead of my startup disks to install or repair any operating system from
> win 95 to win 2003. Does anybody know where I can find information on how
to
> create this type of bootable CD?
>
>
 

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Win2k/Winxp cd's are bootable, otherwise
http://www.bootdisk.com/ may help
A floppy drive is a waste of space untill you need one! - buy a new one,
v.cheap!

"Daniel Rae" <daniel.rae@nuedge.com> wrote in message
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> http://www.windows-help.net/WindowsXP/winxp-sp1-bootcd.html
>
> this article discribes how to Slipstreaming Windows XP Service Pack 1a and
> Create Bootable CD
>
> "griffin13" <elmo@fudd.com> wrote in message
> news:E49xc.15177$4S5.3647@attbi_s52...
> > I was looking to create a custom bootable CD. I've been noticing that my
> > floppy disk drive is on it's last leg and instead of replacing it I
would
> > like to create a bootable cd which would include all my startup disks
from
> > win 95 to win 2003. So that on any given occassion I could use my custom
> cd
> > instead of my startup disks to install or repair any operating system
from
> > win 95 to win 2003. Does anybody know where I can find information on
how
> to
> > create this type of bootable CD?
> >
> >
>
>