Originally Posted by d9esco
Think of a windows 7 SP1 and SP3 iso. The SP3 has packets already installed, unlike the SP1; these ISOs also have preinstalled software such as paint, iexplorer, and everything else on it.
I was wondering how I could create my own bootable ISO with my own software, such as adobe software and other programs I downloaded off the internet.
Perhaps you're talking about how to make your own version of Windows installation disc or image (ISO) out of your current ready installed Windows?
There are some fan made Windows editions packed with custom list of programs. Are you trying to make one of those?
Am I on the right track?
If so, that's different from basically just making an ISO. An ISO is just one of the formats for disc simulated packages used with disc drive emulators and makers of such of the above simply use it out of convenience.
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Originally Posted by crazyman143
Are you a member on RF called SRise?