i know, but i want to know if it can do the stuff that a selfbootable disc would or can it boot up emulators that needs to be selfbooted by some files. that all. can u answer for me please? or anyone?
has got selfbootable images of emulators, just get the CDI's and burn them with Alcohol. If you want to go for nero, stick with Nero 5.x which seems to work better than Nero 6.x, I use Nero 5.564 which works perferctly, even the latest 5.x seem to have some problems with DC emulated stuff, don't ask me why.
Another good solution when creating emulator/homebrew discs is burning the DCHakker utility on one disc, and create a second disc with all the plain files on it for the emulators in the root. You will need only one IP.bin, but it's included with every download though. Just rename all the 1_stread.bin to [app name].bin. You can even create multisession discs, just as long as you all burn it with the same app, same version, same way, otherwise it might cause things not to work, which was my problem when using Nero 5.x on my own computer and Nero 6.x on an other one. Roms and everything you can put in the folders you want to use for the emulators.
And wether or not you disc is selfbootable depends on the disc and the way it's burned (the two track way, find tutorials @ site mentioned before), not really on the modchip or whatever. A modchip is only needed with DC when you don't want to use a bootdisc like Utopia (for imports and backups), DCHakker (emulators/homebrew), DC-X (best import player). But if you don't care about discswapping save yourself the effort of modding
Ps. Ironic isn't it, us talking about modchips being illegal, while ngemu still provides Utopia bootdisc, while Utopia was the first group to release game images
for some DC tools which might also help for creating selfbootable discs.