[guispeak] Making My Own Recovery CD.

  • From: "George Zeinoun" <g.zaynoun@xxxxxxxxx>
  • To: <guispeak@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Thu, 30 Dec 2004 07:46:11 +0100

Hello all!

I am planning to make a fresh install of windows xp home and want to install 
a screen reader, microsoft word, acrobat reader and such basic software 
after which I want to create a recovery cd with all that including my 
preferred configuration. I am wondering how to achieve that, with what 
software etc?
Can I benefit from what is already available in windows?
I have Nero6 with what comes with it, is that enough?
Can I use a cdrw or must it be a cdr to boot the system?

Please help, thanks. 

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