Burning your image on a bootable CD with CDRWin
1: Click on "File Backup and Tools"
2a: At "Backup/Tool operation" select "Build and Record an ISO"
b: Drag and drop all the files created in previous two steps.
c: Select a path and a name for the ISO file to be created.
Make sure you have enough space on that drive.
d: Click "Advanced Options" to pick the bootable floppy image created in step 1.
3a: Mark "Make Bootable Disk"
b: At "Media Emulation Type" pick "1.44 floppy"
c: Click on "Image file name" and browse for the floppy image created in step 1. if the extension is not .bin but you are sure you created a valid image choose "all files" to see the image you
created and pick your file. It will work even with a different file type.
d: Click "OK" and at the previous screen click "Start"
4: This screen shows you the file and directory statistics. Just click "Continue"
5: Sit back and have another coffee, tea or whatever, you know your own burner and how long it takes to do it.
6: Everything done. Click "OK", reboot your computer and try your masterpiece. I recommend you try it on a CDRW first just in case you missed something.