I've been searching all over the net and can't figure this out. I know it's possible, though. I have an iso file to install a slipstreamed version of 64 bit vista. The file is about 5.5 gb and thus needs to be on a dual layer disk. Well, I don't have a dual layer burner and really can't buy one at the moment. Besides, knowing this is possible, I feel that it would be stupid to buy a dual layer burner when I can just use this method.
What I basically want to do is:
I have several hds in my computer. I want to be able to boot up one of them and it be as if I am booting from my disk drive with this disk inside it.
In other words, instead of making a bootable dvd from the iso, make a bootable hd.