Is it possible that you can't modify a boot data CD (add/delete/change files) and then do an incremental burn to the additional track/session, as you can with a multisession data CD? Each modification to the compilation requres the erase of the CD-RW media before the compilation is burned. This is with track-at-once, not disk-at-once.
I've experimented with this problem at some length and can't seem to find a way to make changes to a boot CD without reburning the whole compilation from scratch. This is extremely boring when you are making mods to a boot Windows custom install CD.
Thank you in advance for any light you can shed on this problem.
-- Roy Zider
Nero Burning ROM version 18.104.22.168
Windows XP SP2
Verbatim CD-RW 74 (650 MB) media
Set up boot with no emulation, 07C0 load segment, 4 sector load
Finalize disk (no further writing possible) is UNCHECKED