Okay, this might be a ridiculous question, but... So I've had this mac for a number of years. I got myself bootcamp so I could run some windows games I had. My XP disc was even older... SP1, in fact, but it worked fine. Installed it, installed bootcamp drivers, updated packs. One time I had to wipe it and reinstall and that was a bit of a hassle, but it was fine. Anyhow, in the winter I got Snow Leopard through my work. Which, I guess, comes with bootcamp already. Okay, so awesome. My computer's been chugging along slowly lately, so I figured this would be a nice time to wipe everything off and start over from scratch. OS installs fine, everything works great (except for I realize I need to get more ram by now). Then I go to install XP. After the initial installation I find that I cannot install the drivers from my OS CD. And I can't just run the SP2 update I've got on my harddrive. So I go on the internet. I borrow a friend's windows computer to make a slipstream disc of XP with the SP2 update. I bring it home and realize, oh shoot... I selected to burn the folder instead of all the contents in the folder. So now I have a CD that will work when the computer is on, but won't boot. I was just wondering if Macs can burn a bootable CD from folder contents. No iso. No dmg. No disc image, just the files. Or had I really ought to just repeat the process on my friend's PC, correctly this time? EDIT: I suppose I didn't need all the background. Basically: Can macs burn bootable CDs without image files?