How to Make a Bootable Image With Power ISO

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Power ISO allows you to make bootable images and retrieve boot information, as well. Power ISO supports Windows 32-and 64-bit, and you can install this program on Windows 98, ME, 2000, XP, 2003, Vista and Windows 7.


Step 1

Launch Power ISO.

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Step 2

Click "New" on the toolbar or select "File > New > Data CD/DVD Image" from the Power ISO menu.

Step 3

Click the "Add" button on the toolbar to add a file or a folder. Alternatively, you can drag a file or folder from Windows Explorer into Power ISO.


Step 4

Create new folders by selecting the "Action> New Folder" menu.

Step 5

Select "File > Properties" to change the file properties.

Step 6

Click the menu "File > Save As" or click "Save" on the toolbar to save file properties.


Step 7

Select "Tools > Boot > Add Boot Information" to load the bootable image.

Step 8

Save the ISO in the format "Standard ISO Images (*.iso)"