This chapter describes how to create a DOS-bootable CD-ROM that contains the Active@ KillDisk application.
After you have uncompressed KD-SETUP.ZIP, find the ISO file: KILLDISK.ISO.
This file contains everything you need to boot and launch Active@ KillDisk from a CD. If you have not received this file, you may download it from this link: Download Bootable ISO Image of Active@ KillDisk to burn CD.
Burn KILLDISK.ISO to a blank CD and you are ready to use Active@ KillDisk.
Most CD-R writing software includes a feature to write the contents of an ISO file to a CD. Below are instructions for some popular applications.
ISO Recorder is a Windows XP freeware utility that uses native Windows XP functions to write images to a CD. You can download this utility from the author's Web page. When the program is installed, it is automatically associated with the ISO file extension in Windows Explorer.
For more information about this utility, visit the author's Web page at isorecorder.alexfeinman.com
To create a CD using ISO Recorder Power Toy:
Another alternate method:
You can use Nero Burning ROM to record a CD from an ISO file. For more information about this program, visit the Ahead Software Web site at: www.ahead.de
To create a CD if you have installed Nero - Burning ROM:
You can use EasyCD Creator to create a CD from an ISO file. When the program is installed, it is automatically associated with the ISO file extension in Windows Explorer. For more information about this program, visit the Roxio Web site at: www.roxio.com
Steps to create a CD if you have installed EasyCD Creator:
WinISO is a CD-ROM image file utility that can convert binary files to ISO, extract/edit/create ISO files directly, make bootable CDs and act as a BIN/ISO converter/extractor/editor. For more information, visit www.winiso.com.
This tool allows you to create, edit, convert and burn CD and DVD images. Files and folders can be extracted from ISO/BIN files, and you can make ISO from your DVD or CD-ROM or hard disk. For more information, visit www.tucows.com.