Robert Polubinski, Editor / Informer Technologies, Inc. / December 20, 2012
These programs are perfect to use when you need to create a bootable disk for free. They enable you to easily create a Windows boot disk, that comes in handy every time you have to repair your O.S. or install a fresh new one.
These programs can help you with what you're intending to do:
This free program allows you to create ISO files from any disk and/or set of files/folders in an easy and fast way. It has several interesting options.For example, you can create bootable disks and choose between ISO and UDF formats. And the best part is that the program is absolutely free.
DeepBurner is a disc-burning program for Windows computers. The free version of the program allows you to carry out the most basic burning tasks. It allows you to burn data CDs and DVDs from scratch. It can also convert MP3 songs to CDA format and then burn those files to create an AudioCD file. The program can also create bootable CDs and DVDs.
ISOpen is a multi-purpose disc burner that also creates ISO images, converts them, and extracts files from a large number of image formats. I tested many programs of this kind, and I can surely say that ISOpen is better than most of them. It provides great conversion and burning speeds, unlike most of disc burners out there.
With Pepsky Free CD Maker you will be able to create your data and audio CDs and DVDs in seconds with its easy, wizard-like, guided process. It allows you to burn bootable CDs and DVDs, ISO images, as well as pure audio discs (from a variety of audio formats) or data/music discs with audio files (MP3, WMA, and AAC).
BurnAware Free is a free CD, DVD, Blu-ray Disc burning tool that can burn any mp3, audio, data disc and backup disc and offers all the features of a professional CD/DVD/Blu-ray burner. You can create DVD-video disc, mp3 DVD and DVD images using BurnAware Free.
RT Windows ISO Maker is a handy tool to make making bootable windows iso files and burn bootable disk. By clicking browse folder or File-> Open, in your local disk, select a folder and it will be described the name, language, version and size of the OS in the description box or Non-Bootable data is enabled.