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    Apr 25, 2012, 09:55 AM
    How do I create a bootdisk(CD-Rom) that automatically runs an exe file(Win7)
    I am using Roxio Basic v9. I am creating a bootable disk and using the boot image it provides.

    I add the files that need to run during startup. Also, I have changed the BIOS setting so that it automatically boots from the CD-ROM/DVD.

    It is a Windows 7 computer. When I load the disk the machine attempts to read from the disk but it stops at a black screen with a flashing line in the top left.

    Do I need to change the autoexec.bat or exe files themselves or do I need another file to direct the boot image towards the exe file?

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