isocdrom.txt Driver File Contents (ta6v300.exe)

Driver Package File Name: ta6v300.exe
File Size: 4.5 MB

Here are some brief instructions for creating the bootable BIOS Installation
CD from the provided ISO image.

Drag 'n Drop     Unfortunately the Drag 'n Drop CD application bundled with
CD:              many Toshiba PC models does not support creating a CD from 
                 an image.  You'll need to use a different CD burning 

                 One such application for Windows XP is Alex Feinman's free
                 "ISO Recorder Power Toy". This appears to be a desktop
                 extension for Windows XP that allows you to right-click on
                 the  file and use Windows XP's built-in
                 CD writing wizard to create the bootable CD.  It's a
                 reasonable alternative to buying a commercial software
                 package just to be able to burn an ISO image.  Information
                 about the ISO Recorder Power Toy is available at
                 Note:  Toshiba neither recommends nor supports this 
                 software.  Use it at your own risk.

Roxio Easy       By default, Easy CD Creator 5 allows you to initiate the ISO
CD Creator:      image recording process by simply double-clicking the .ISO
                 file in Windows Explorer.  Browse to 
                 and double-click the  file.
                 Information about Easy CD Creator is available
Nero:            Using the Nero Wizard, choose "CD" as the medium (default
                 for CD-R and CD-RW drives), and click Next. On the
                 following dialogs, choose Compile a new CD, Other CD formats,
                 Create a CD from an image file, clicking Next after each
                 selection, then click Finish.  In the File Open dialog,
                 browse to ,
                 select  as the image file and click Open.
                 From the Burn dialog, select your desired burn parameters,
                 and burn the CD. Information about Nero is available at
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