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Old 13 March 2011, 15:25   #6

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Originally Posted by CDTV1991 View Post
Thanks for the advice. I'll try again later today. I don't think that guide is very clear, I've run through it about ten times.

When I run the MakeCD program in WinUAE I do not see the boot option button or the screen that comes after it. It is the correct version so why do I not see that option?

Also, I don't really understand the startup sequence bit. If I'm just putting a workbench disk on a cd I assumed that I do not need to change it.

MakeCD creates .raw images and not .iso. Is it just a case of renaming the file extension in windows from .raw to .iso?

Burning an .iso in a standard windows burning package should be no problem.
Dont use makecd.

Use the isocd that comes with Commodore CD32 devkit. It lets you setup the iso as bootable with inclusion of CDTV.TM file.

I normally mount my windows desktop as a drive, then tell isocd to create iso there, so I can burn it with any app I want.
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