MKISOFS & CDRECORD

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Dragon Steve

MKISOFS & CDRECORD

Post by Dragon Steve » Wed Dec 31, 1969 6:00 pm

OK ok.... so I was told You DON'T INstall MKISOFS and CDRECORD but you use them....Thanks for telling me BUT I still need to know how to use them and what programs I have to use, (I've bin tryin to use DOS)
Sum1 please help Cheers M8's :?
Mr Spoon

Post by Mr Spoon » Wed Dec 31, 1969 6:00 pm

MOVED to DCemu help. ;)
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MKISOFS & CDRECORD

Post by kRYPT_ » Wed Dec 31, 1969 6:00 pm

[quote=Dragon Steve]
OK ok.... so I was told You DON'T INstall MKISOFS and CDRECORD but you use them....Thanks for telling me BUT I still need to know how to use them and what programs I have to use, (I've bin tryin to use DOS)
Sum1 please help Cheers M8's :?
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Those two are sufficiently complated that if you have no idea how to use them, you're probably better off not trying to use them at all.
If you're really curious, a number of self-boot kits contain batch files that will at least demonstrate the use of MKISOFS, as far as CDRECORD help goes, check [url]http://mc.pp.se/dc/cdr.html[/url], the instructions are for linux, but just get the win32 ports and type those commands into a dos shell (with the exception of dd, you'll need to find a blank file maker, of which there are many for win32).

Hope that helps...

-kRYPT_
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