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I need a bootable ISO with flashrom or atiflash. Can I add files to an ISO?
    
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it's the same way as making a bootable floppy. The only difference is you burn the image to the disc, instead of putting it on the floppy.
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Not the same. Making a floppy you click the option that says "Make this disk MS-DOS bootable" or something like that. There is no such option for CDROM. If there is, what software do I need?
    
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