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alundra

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hi, i tried to create a start up cd using nero, i put the boot.ini, ntldr and ntdetect.com into the cd and burn it, after that i reboot the computer and instead of booting me into windows, it boot me into a command line windows..anyone can help me how to do this right? thanks
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Hello alundra and welcome to Geeks To Go

When you say startup cd are you trying to make a bootable live cd/system recovery cd or another form of cd?

If you want a system recovery cd and you have bought your machine from a manufacturer I would reccomend contacting them and get them to send you one.

Regards
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my system working just fine right now.
basically, i just want to make a boot disk that let me boot into the OS in case if something bad happen to the system that wont let me get into the OS. Since i dont have a floppy drive, i tried to make it on a CD instead (Nero has an option that let you make a bootable CD), but when i boot off that CD i just made, it didnt let me get into the OS.
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