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Old 12-02-2007, 10:57 PM   #1
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I've got Windows XP Pro Corporate /w SP2.iso ready to burn, but I have a couple questions..

1)If I burn to a DVD will it be a bootable CD?
2)Do I just use a program like nero and burn it directly to the CD then boot to it and it should work?
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Old 12-02-2007, 11:54 PM   #2
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1/. Yes
2/. Yes

3/. Unless you own the Volume Licence it is illegal
4/. The FBI is monitoring this forum

5/. You have been warned.
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Old 12-03-2007, 03:59 AM   #3
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1/. Yes
2/. Yes

3/. Unless you own the Volume Licence it is illegal

4/. The FBI is monitoring this forum

5/. You have been warned.
for realz?
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no mate, I was just pulling his leg because it appears to me he was pirating Windows Pro Corp which is illegal and not to be discussed under forum rules.

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no mate, I was just pulling his leg because it appears to me he was pirating Windows Pro Corp which is illegal and not to be discussed under forum rules.

How?
Saying he is burning it to disc?
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Old 12-03-2007, 08:09 PM   #6
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How many private people do you know who own a VLC for Pro Corp? or if they actually do own the VLC how many would need to ask on a forum like this about burning a disk??

Their IT Dept or themselves, if capable of using pro corp even in a small enterprise, would have this knowledge.
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^^ exactly. Very likely that it's illegal stuff.

And you need to burn it as an image if you want it to be bootable. Nero can do it, just choose "burn image" and continue from there.
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1/. Yes
2/. Yes

3/. Unless you own the Volume Licence it is illegal
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5/. You have been warned.
hahahaha Nice one! 1+
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