Run floppy-based diagnostic tools from CDROM drives. More and more PCs are shipped without floppy drives these days, and it is such a royal pain when you need to run diagnostic tools on them.
Free yourself from the slow loading speed of the floppy drive. Even if you do have a floppy drive, it is still much much faster to run your diagnostic tools from the CDROM drive, rather than wait for the tool to load from the floppy drive.
Consolidate as many diagnostic tools as possible into one bootable CD. Wouldn't you like to avoid digging into the dusty box to look for the right floppy disk, but simply run them all from a single CD? Then the Ultimate Boot CD is for you!
This will create an ISO image which you can use to create a bootable CD with your favorite CD burning software.
i need help...my daughter and i purchased vista ultimate.before she left the country to go to school in germany she had installed it on my computer..well before the 30-days was up..i tried to register it and it told me no..when i called microsoft the man was so rude he would not talk to me like an adult ...i gave hum the product key info he said no not for your computer...i asked to speak with the supervisot he said 1 minute he then attempts to get on the phone using or trying to use a sdifferent voice i then ask him his name and he tells me the same name as the 1st guy when i ask him about it he then says at first no i am the supervuisor...then he says ok well hang on...about 40 seconds .later he icomes on again..this time giving me a different name then i ask what his employee id3 is he gives to e i advised him i don't like whats going on here i a,m not omly going to contact the bbb but also call the attorney general he then hangs up on me and removes my windoes genuine and now i am stuck i have no task bar i can't use the key i have ..what do i do my daughter is away out of state with her vista copy in another cointry??
If you are sure there was no other way then your only option may be to crack it although i'm not encouraging it it may be your only option. If its only for web browsing/ word editing and general stuff, you may be able to get a linux livecd they come with web browsing/office suite and a whole load of others. Anything you don't have can be quickly installed via the package manager. if you need a windows application you could use WINE, you would lose a bit of performance but it would run exe files. In my opinion the linux option may be a bit more stable than vista. I have vista and it crashes plenty and its slow. Running linux off a cd is slow too but performs as well as vista and it doesn't crash.