A bootable CD refers to a removable digital data storage medium which allows booting an operating system or utility program. To create a partition magic bootable CD, AOMEI Partition Assistant can do this job easily.
A bootable CD refers to a removable digital data storage medium which allows booting an operating system or utility program. If your computer has a BIOS that defines one of your CD drives in the restart boot sequence, you can boot your system from this CD. Bootable CDs are used by software companies to install Windows and Linux into your computer's hard drive. Meanwhile, it is also used by some anti-virus products to allow a "for sure" clean scan capability on a possibly infected system.
Creating a bootable CD enables you to have a CD that can be inserted into any compatible computer and is automatically run when the computer starts. It is extremely useful to do like this, and it can be used to do several things, such as diagnose a computer, restore a computer's configuration, start the installation of operating system, or setup or update hardware.
As a partition software, AOMEI Partition Assistant Pro Edition can be optimize the usage of the computer and its performance with easy and advanced partition features for both basic disk and dynamic disk. I can create a Windows PE bootable CD, but it is base on the installation of Windows AIK on your system. However, there is no need to worry about it, because this magic tool will give you a reminder.
Step 1: Download Partition Assistant Pro Edition and launch it.
Step 2: After step 1, you will see the disk map in the window. Then, please click "Make
Bootable CD Wizard" in the left toolbar.
Step 3: Follow on the instructions to create a bootable CD. When it is over, please do not forget to click "Apply" to hand in the task.
Tips: wants more details tutorials step by step? Please refer to "How to make Bootable CD step by step"
Apart from this feature, it can also extend system drive without rebooting system, allocate free space to extend partitions, wipe data permanently, etc. Why don't you have a try?