Using CDIMAGE GUI
CDIMAGE GUI is just a frontend for the original CDIMAGE commandline tool. The GUI includes it's own CDIMAGE, so you wont need to download it. However if you wish to download just the commandline version, it's listed below.
The CDIMAGE GUI file you'll be downloading is preconfigured with the recommended switches, so all you'll have to change is the directories, volume label, and boot sector path.
Download: CDIMAGE GUI | CDIMAGE.EXE | boot.img
» Making the Changes
After downloading the GUI EXE, run the file and tell it the directory you wish the CDIMAGE GUI files to be stored. I'll be using C:\CDIMAGE as my directory.
- Start up the file cdimagegui.exe
and the very first screen should be
These two boxes are very important.
- The first box is the source directory for your files. You can either type in the path yourself, or click the disk button and browse to it.
- The second box is the destination ISO file. Just enter the path for you ISO file, and make sure it's not in your source directory.
- Click the Configuration button on
the left, then click the Boot tab on
the top, and you'll recieve this screen
Change the path in the box to point to the included boot.img file in the CDIMAGE GUI distrobution.
This bootsector is usable for Windows 2000, Windows XP, and Windows 2003 CDs, however not the 64bit versions.
- Click the Creation tab at the top,
and recieve this box
The box at the bottom with WXPVOL_EN will be what your CD label will become. Type in anything there you want.
- To finish off this creation, click the Creation tab on the left, and click the Start Image Creaton button near the bottom