I'm currently using Windows 7 to create multiple copies of CDROM using a batch file. I could automate the copying of files but I'm not able to find out how to format the CDROM from the command prompt.
Currently, I use the following method to create my CDROM:
- Insert CDCROM. Click on CDROM using Windows explorer.
- Select "Format disk" when prompted with the message "You need to format the disk in drive E: before you can use it. Do you want to format it?"
- Windows prompts "How do you want to format your disk?". I enter the disc title, e.g. "My test disc 26 Feb 13" and select "Like a USB flash disk drive".
After it has been formatted, i run the following batch file to copy the files over to the CDROM.
xcopy "D:\CDROM Burning\CDROM 1\" e:\ /e pause
My question is, can I automate step 2 to step 3 using the command prompt?