- Directory: EXE
- Company: Microsoft Corporation
- Product: Microsoft® Windows® Operating System
- Version: 2.47
- Path: C:\Windows\system32\
- Size: 107KB
- Platform: XP/Vista/Win7/win8/windows10
- Count: 550
- time: 2008/Dec/Wed
- Description: 微软iso文件制作软件
CDIMAGE 2.47 CD-ROM and DVD-ROM Premastering Utility
Copyright (C) Microsoft, 1993-2000. All rights reserved.
For Microsoft internal use only.
Usage: CDIMAGE [options] sourceroot targetfile
-l volume label, no spaces (e.g. -lMYLABEL)
-t time stamp for all files and directories, no spaces, any delimiter
-g encode GMT time for files rather than local time
-h include hidden files and directories
-n allow long filenames (longer than DOS 8.3 names)
-nt allow long filenames, restricted to NT 3.51 compatibility
(-nt and -d cannot be used together)
-d don't force lowercase filenames to uppercase
-c use ANSI filenames versus OEM filenames from source
-j1 encode Joliet Unicode filenames AND generate DOS-compatible 8.3
filenames in the ISO-9660 name space (can be read by either
Joliet systems or conventional ISO-9660 systems, but some of the
filenames in the ISO-9660 name space might be changed to comply
with DOS 8.3 and/or ISO-9660 naming restrictions)
-j2 encode Joliet Unicode filenames without standard ISO-9660 names
(requires a Joliet operating system to read files from the CD)
When using the -j1 or -j2 options, the -n, -nt, and -d options
do not apply and cannot be used.
-js non-Joliet "readme.txt" file for images encoded with -j2 option
(e.g. -jsc:\location\readme.txt). This file will be visible as
the only file in the root directory of the disc on systems that
do not support the Joliet format (Windows 3.1, NT 3.x, etc).
-u1 encode "UDF-Bridge" media
-u2 encode "UDF" file system without a mirror ISO-9660 file system
(requires a UDF capable operating system to read the files)
-ur non-UDF "readme.txt" file for images encoded with -u2 option
(e.g. -usc:\location\readme.txt). This file will be visible as
the only file in the root directory of the disc on systems that
do not support the UDF format.
-us sparse UDF files
-ue embed file data in UDF extent entry
-uf embed UDF FID entries
-uv UDF Video Zone compatibility enforced
-b "El Torito" boot sector file, no spaces
-p Platform ID for the "El Torito" boot catalog
-e Do not set floppy emulation mode in El Torito boot catalog
-s sign image file with digital signature (no spaces, provide RPC
server and endpoint name like -sServerName:EndPointName)
-x compute and encode "AutoCRC" values in image
-o optimize storage by encoding duplicate files only once
-oc slower duplicate file detection using binary comparisons rathB -y test option followed by number (e.g. -y1), used to generate
non-standard variations of ISO-9660 for testing purposes:
1 encode trailing version number ';1' on filenames (7.5.1)
2 round directory sizes to multiples of 2K (18.104.22.168)
5 write \i386 directory files first, in reverse sort order
6 allow directory records to be exactly aligned at ends of sectors
(ISO-9660 22.214.171.124 conformant but breaks MSCDEX)
7 warn about generated shortnames for 16-bit apps under NT 4.0
b blocksize 512 bytes rather than 2048 bytes
d suppress warning for non-identical files with same initial 64K
l UDF - long ads used in file entries instead of short ads
r UDF - number of ad's is random
w open source files with write sharing
t load segment in hex for El Torito boot image (e.g. -yt7C0)
f use a faster way to generate short names
-k (keep) create image even if fail to open some of the source files
-m ignore maximum image size of 681,984,000 bytes
-a allocation summary shows file and directory sizes
-q scan source files only, don't create an image file
NOTE: Many of these options allow you to create CD images
that are NOT compliant with ISO-9660 and may also
NOT be compatibile with one or more operating systems.
If you want strict ISO and DOS compliance, use the -w2
warning level and correct any discrepencies reported.
YOU are responsible for insuring that any generated CDs
are compatible with all appropriate operating systems.
Also note that Microsoft company information is placed
in the image volume header, so don't use this program
to generate CDs for companies other than Microsoft.
Step1: Download the Cdimage.exe error Repair Tool.
Step2: Click "Save File" and follow the on-screen instructions to install the program.
Step3: Click "Click to Start Scan" to scan over your computer.
Step4: Click the "Fix DLL Errors" button to fix file error and speed up computer.
Step5: Click "File Repair" button to enter the file name in the text box, then click on the download button, copy the downloaded file to the program directory.
If that doesn't work, you will have to extract Cdimage.exe to your system directory. By default, this is:
C:\Windows\System32 (Windows XP, Vista, 7,8 and 10)
If you use a 64-bit version of Windows, you should also place Cdimage.exe in C:\Windows\SysWOW64\
Make sure overwrite any existing files_new (but make a backup copy of the original file).
Reboot your computer.
If the problem still occurs, try the following:
Open Windows Start menu and select "Run...".
Type CMD and press Enter.
Type regsvr32 Cdimage.exe and press Enter.
Once the program have been uninstall from Add or Remove Programs, you should also follow the steps to totally remove its associate files_new from the computer.
Step One: Double click to run My Computer, click Tools menu, go to Folder Options, and then open the View tab.
Step Two: Make sure to select the Show hidden files_new and folders options.
Step Three: Make sure not to select the options for the Hide file extensions for known file types and Hide Protected Operating System files_new (Recommended)options.
Step Four: Click OK to confirm the modification.
Step Five: Go to My Computer, utilize Search utility to search for the associated files_new of the program, and then remove them.
Step Six: Go back to the Windows Desktop, and then type regedit.exe on to the Run box to run Registry Editor.
Step Seven: Find out the associated registry components of HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE and HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software.
For Windows 7 user:
Step One: Click Start, go to Control Panel, and then click Programs, select Programs and Features.
Step Two: Select the associated program and then click
Uninstall. Follow the uninstall wizard to remove the program.
Step Three: Go back to the Windows Desktop, click Start, and then go to Control Panel.
Step Four: Click Appearance and Personalization, go to Folder Options. Go to View.
Step Five: From Advanced options, locate and select Hidden files_new and folders.
Step Six: Select Show hidden files, folders, and drives radio button under the Hidden files_new and folders list.
Step Seven: Click OK to confirm the modification.
Step Eight: Go to My Computer, utilize Search utility to search for the associated files_new of the program, and then remove them.
Step Nine: Go back to the Windows Desktop, and then type regedit.exe on to the Run box to run Registry Editor.
Step Ten: Find out the associated registry components of HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE and HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software.