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Hi my question is is it possible to make a DVD disc with one ISO-image file and a couple of other small files burned on the same disc next to the ISO-image file that will be able to boot ?The ISO-image file i want to burn with other small files is windows OS. Is there a program to make that possible or easy ... and one more question ... Are there a program to make Bootable couple of ISO-image files burned on the same DVD disc Thanks

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  • For your second question, you need to ask on softwarerecs.stackexchange.com. So plz remove it from this post! One post one question! – Stackcraft_noob Feb 19 '16 at 19:25
  • What do you mean with "make a DVD disc with one ISO-image file and a couple of other small files burned on the same disc next to the ISO-image file that will be able to boot "? Is your ISO-Image an OS that you want to install or etc. Is the ISO-image mounted on the dvd? – Stackcraft_noob Feb 19 '16 at 19:34
  • sarducd.it/multiboot-dvd-builder has what you want for a multiboot disc. – NetworkKingPin Feb 19 '16 at 20:06
  • yes my ISO-image is an OS that i want to install .. to boot from BIOS but i want to burn a couple of different files on the same DVD with that ISO-image file ... can i burn other files with that OS and still make it to boot from BIOS and if I can how? Thanks – Marko Feb 20 '16 at 2:07
  • Are you talking about burning the iso to disk (restoring the image), or copying the iso file and some other files to disk to store them there? A regular DVD won't let you add things after you burn an iso. I've never tried it, but a rewritable DVD might let you add files after burning an iso. – fixer1234 Feb 20 '16 at 3:49

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