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Add files to the root of a cd while using /SRCLITS


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#1 namjam88

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Posted 29 March 2017 - 02:52 PM

Hi there,
 
I’m new to imgburn and have a question.
 
I’m currently testing the following command to burn application folders to a cd using a bat file and it works great. I create the burn.txt file with a list of application folders i want to add to the cd and then run the bat file to burn them.
 
"C:\Program Files (x86)\ImgBurn\ImgBurn.exe" /MODE BUILD /SRCLIST "C:\Burnlist\burn.txt" /DEST D: /FILESYSTEM "UDF" /VOLUMELABEL "<Software>" /SPEED 5x /EJECT YES /WAITFORMEDIA /START /ROOTFOLDER NO /NOIMAGEDETAILS /CLOSE
 
 
What i wanted to do now is add some files to the root of the cd. 
 
Autorun.inf
Installer.exe
Myico.ico
 
Can this be done? And can anyone help?
 
Thanks
James
 


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Posted 29 March 2017 - 07:54 PM

Sorry, do you want to add files to a disc you've already burnt with ImgBurn? I'm afraid you can't, ImgBurn always closes the disc.

If you're talking about adding extra files to the next disc you burn... why can't they just be added to the burn.txt list?
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