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    Making your WinMe CD bootable

    Don't worry folks, this is a lot easier than making a Win2k bootable CD. First, this will work with the retail version of WinMe, and should work with the upgrade and OEM version (I don't have these to verify, if you use this file and it works let me know). Second, download the winmebootcd.img file.

    Open your CD burning program, and get ready to burn your WinMe CD. Select the bootable CD option, and choose the 1.44MB floppy (standard floppy) option. It'll ask which image to use, select the winmebootcd.img file you downloaded. If it doesn't show up, you may need to tell it to look for All Files (so it'll ignore the extension).

    That should be it. Set your bios to boot from your CD drive, and test it out. You may also want to check out how to have your serial number auto-inserted during setup here.

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