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According to the US National Archives: According to the Optical Storage Technology Association (OSTA), the unrecorded shelf life of a CD-R/DVD-R disc is conservatively estimated to be between 5 and 10 years. Source: http://www.osta.org/technology/cdqa13.htm"
This article estimates the shelf life to be from five to ten years, but it really depends on the quality of the disc that your purchase, since you can buy discs that are intended to have a longer life span through protective coatings or being produced using different materials. CD's aren't a great medium to use for long term storage, since any non-archival ...
Basically a "Super Multidrive" is one that can read/write/rewrite CD's, DVD+r, DVD-r, DVD+- r, DVD+-RW, and use Dual layer DVD's So yes, you can use it to burn audio cd's.
An alternative CD which has many of Hirens capabilities is SPOTMAU. SPOTMAU includes EFI.
Uh, a few corrections to the above answer. First of all, "this format (BIN/CUE) can be used for the same content that ISO supports and has no drawbacks." This is not entirely true. ISO is a rather simple disc image format, while BIN/CUE is a raw copy of a disc, sector by sector, including copy protection, error correction, track list, multi track, and any ...
WinPE itself contains one "bootfix.bin". When converting WinPE to ISO, that ISO will be having one more "bootfix.bin". I think when booting through WIMBOOT it will use bootfix.bin inside *.wim file. And when booting through ISO it will use bootfix.bin under "media/boot/bootfix.bin"(this is for 32bit). I am able to boot without the "press any key prompt" ...
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