If you have files, operating system or a hard drive image that you'd like to make bootable, your best bet is to make the ISO file itself bootable. This means that your computer will be able to run from the ISO image itself, rather than use files on your computer's hard drive when you put the image to a CD-R disc or USB drive. The process to make an ISO image bootable is not hard at all.
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Things you need
Download and install the free version of PowerISO onto your computer's hard drive.
Click "File" then "Open" and select the ISO file you would like to make bootable.
Click the "Action" tab and select "Boot" then "Add Boot Information." This will install the needed bootable files to your ISO.
Click "Save" and boot information will be saved to the ISO image.
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